30m. Climb the obvious full height finger crack in the centre of the landward slab/wall to belay on the spike of rock with tat dangling. The crux is low down and about 5b, once established the route is a well protected HVS - but take advantage of it as there are some loose bits at the top.

Ticklists: Culm - When the tide's in..


ClimberDateStyle
dready 02/Oct Lead O/S

what a great climb but its tucked away.

whiteexplorer 02/Oct 2nd O/S
with joe
Jelly Mould Surfer 24/Sep Lead

The sea has cleared out most of the rock, so the route can be climbed as on FA if you ignore the big blocks right behind you (may be work putting some padding on them in case of a slip)

Joel Perkin 06/Aug Lead O/S
Jelly Mould Surfer 06/Aug 2nd
Jelly Mould Surfer 12/Apr/15 2nd
Jelly Mould Surfer 06/Apr/15 Lead rpt

There has been a major collapse in the corner of the zawn, while not affecting this route other than with dirt and making the boldery start a lot easier, Swartzchild is very dirty and gives about 10 feet of independent climbing as there is 3 metre block against the start

with skip
Skip 06/Apr/15 2nd O/S
with Joel
Jelly Mould Surfer 05/Oct/14 Lead rpt
timdi 08/Jun/14 Lead
rockjedi12345 02/May/14 Lead O/S
with Phil Mathews
Hidden 17/Nov/13 Lead
Bob Peters 13/Sep/13 Lead O/S
George.Rowland 07/Sep/13 2nd
Jelly Mould Surfer 02/Jun/13 Lead O/S

A good route, but a bit grassy at the top. The start is 5b, but the rest is standard, if sustained HVS

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