9m.

Rockfax Description
The pillar to the right is rather an artificial line, its difficulty depends on how much use you make of the aretes. © Rockfax

FA. Graham Titterton 02/Apr/2003


ClimberDateStyle
Hidden 08/Aug/15 2nd
dannyboy83 27/Oct/14 Solo O/S
Hidden 14/Jun/09 2nd dog
whiting.jp 14/Jun/09 Lead
with jamesca
howlingbaboon 10/Aug/08 Lead dnf

Even using the vegetated crack to the right, this climb is still very hard and almost certainly undergraded at VS 5a, unless maybe you've got 6 ft arms. Backed off.

Pilch 22/Sep/07 Lead dnf

With graham on first ascent of this. Tried to lead it again, but found move up to pocket a long stretch and would not commit. Then all climbed it in various poor styles on top rope. I think perhaps we used foot jam in RH crack on first ascent. Slopey holds above pocket arent much use either. A direct eliminate would be more like HVS 5c, It will only go at VS if RH crack is used, with an escape left from pocket, then move back onto the face to finish

with Graham and Lloyd
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