Follow the obvious crackline up to a large ledge then continue direct to the top (avoid stepping left to a hollow for a truly run-out finish).

minexplorer 07/Dec/13 Lead

requires more than a V diff head.some small bushes unfortunately have grown on the first part collecting a lot of dirt making some ledges and spoiling the bold feel it had.the remainder is still risky tho and a bit overgrown.stepped left halfway onto line of the long slide.

with ian
Ian Miller 07/Dec/13 2nd O/S

Really enjoyed this route. Would like to repeat it without the vegetation.

with Rad
minexplorer 24/Jan/12 Lead
with grant newcombe
minexplorer 11/Dec/11 Lead

very run out.disloged a ton of rock onto partners position and the piled rope....both survived even tho the rope wasnt able to run.grade is a joke most E1s prob safer

with jordan
Jordon Fleming 10/Dec/11 2nd

had to run across the base of the crag to avoid an avalanche of rrock fall which was disloged by the leader and burried all or gear at the bottom :) but is definatly not for the faint heart as we did it in 1 pitch about 45meters of rope and 3 bits of gear and the belay at top consisted of 1 3inch tree.

JonHarvey 06/Jul/07 Solo O/S

Needs a clean , this could be a good route minus trees.

Hidden 06/Jul/07 Solo rpt
Hidden 22/Mar/07 Lead O/S
ellie macpherson ?/Jul/95 2nd

Rock fall wrote off 2 ropes (attached to Ian on lead), one car stereo and very nearly got me. Expensive outing

with Ian Holmes
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