An unsung gem that climbs the rocky rib left of Vandal and Anne. Bold and with groundfall potential from high on the route. Would benefit from some more traffic since it can get very mossy and lichenous.
Scramble up to the nose and some small wire placements. Move left and up to find yourself well and truely committed. Delicate slab moves up the arete above will eventually lead to the top and easier ground. Exit right to the belay and equiped abseil above Bridle Piton Slab.
There is a continuation pitch that follows the broken and cracked wall directly above the top out of P1, rarely done and even more covered in moss.

ClimberDateStyle
waydan 12/Aug/15 2nd O/S
with Adam Buldock, El Swiftos
adam84 12/Aug/15 2nd O/S

Great climb..... To second! Not sure I will ever have mind game to lead this! Climb really flows well, really enjoyed laying off positive holds near bottom, on the lead it get pretty commiting after that, good solid lead swifts!

Nick Biven ??/2014 -
henrybedford 25/Aug/13 2nd O/S
El3ctroFuzz 10/Apr/11 Solo O/S

An Extremely underrated climb. Could do with a clean, but still very climbable in current condition.

with Elaine Budden
Hidden 03/Sep/10 Lead G/U
Tom Seccombe 23/May/10 2nd dog

Started up central chimney diff, in approach shoes finish on top section of this climb, and my foot slipped short fall otherwise clean (good lead from tim).

Hidden ??/2000 -
eroica64 ?/Jun/92 TR

Led up to and past first crux.

with Denis Crampton
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
EcoClimber, Motown, Hidden, tom169
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