30m. The utterly obvious steep v-groove bounding the left wall of Kellan Arete. Brilliant, intricate technical climbing with good gear, although a little bold to start.
Start as for Kellan Arete, following the triangular slab to the short corner. Break left here and move up to the base of the overhanging v-groove, which is climbed with sustained interest to a wild finish moving out right. Belays well back. (from http://www.javu.co.uk )

Dave Pickford, Emma Alsford Mar/2005

Ticklists: Atlantic Coast New Routes.

Hidden ??/2012 -
Mark Kemball 29/Apr/07 2nd

The route fits the grade and description from the javu site, but that then begs the question, "where is Kellan Corner E1?" My view is that it is the same line, but something must have fallen off to make it harder!

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