The route involves climbing up a groove and crack system to a large roof at approximately 15m height. Then traverses right under the roof and up a greasy bottomless groove/chimney to Wingfield's ledge. From here a hand traverse leads around the back of the shaft to Birkbeck's ledge. The last three pitches involves climbing a gradually steepening crack system towards the surface. The last pitch is considered the hardest and most awkward due to the greasy nature of the rock.
Paul Eastwood and Dave Hetherington 11/Jun/1988
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