The fossilised remains of a shallow sea bed lifted up and tilted at an angle.
The slab behind the start of Left edge is climbed by a series of rounded mantelshelves.
Very little protection and belays can be hard to find. Friction is fantastic.

H. Porter May/1921

ClimberDateStyleNotes & Partners
Hidden 03/Jul Solo
odari 11/Jun -

Barefoot - forget acupressure mat and go try those rough and blood stimulating waves - so healthy!

yossarian714 07/Jun Solo O/S
carl_123 25/May/14 Solo O/S
Alfie Conn ??/2014 -
Hidden 04/Jun/13 Solo
Hidden ??/2013 AltLd
Chris Manasseh 01/Sep/12 Solo
bsparky 02/Jun/12 AltLd O/S
splatman 02/Jul/11 Lead
marc1967 21/Apr/11 Solo O/S
alan moore ??/2011 -
Graham Westbrook ?/Oct/10 Lead
Steve Pardoe 05/Sep/10 Solo O/S

The friction was excellent, provided you avoided stepping on the wet mossy bits, but it paid to look ahead to avoid getting trapped on a bad surface, and the start and finish are horribly vegetated. After rain, in a gusty breeze, soloing in big boots, and all alone on that vast expanse, it didn't feel at all "moderate" to me.

Roger Dyke, John Marsland, Marek Piekarski
Glyn 31/Aug/10 Solo O/S
zukator 02/Jul/10 Solo
Hidden 27/Jun/10 Solo
adam06 02/May/09 Solo
emlynroberts 03/Apr/09 Solo

Easy enough to be fun, high enough to be worth doing.

Gary1185 03/Jan/09 2nd O/S
Hidden 05/May/08 Solo
Hidden 05/May/08 Solo O/S
Ian Archer 14/May/05 Lead

Worth a go at. A unique clmb.

Norman Wright
Hidden ??/1996 Lead O/S
Ghastly Rubberfeet ?/May/91 Solo
Iain Thow 02/Dec/89 Solo
nigehughes ?/Dec/83 Solo
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