8m. The obvious steep groove is a fine line but a very gruelling experience. Lots of fiddly small wire placements and not many useful holds.

Steve Crowe, Karin Magog 10/Jul/2002

Ticklists: NYMoors Classics.

Matthew Ferrier 09/Nov/14 Lead β

Dave's gear. Struggled a bit near the top and got really boxed. Really good.

Dave Warburton 09/Nov/14 Lead rpt

Done years ago second and didn't enjoy it - much better route on lead! Wires are tricky but good, climbing is generally all uphill all in all a classic 5m struggle! Spent longer on this than some 20m pitches! Can't re-vote but i'd say Hard E3, easy 6a and 3*s

Steve Crowe 10/Jul/12 Lead

Both Karin and I led this on sight on the first ascent. E3 6a. Photo: http://www.climbonline.co.uk/round_crag.htm

James Oakes 31/Jul/10 Lead RP

Preplaced gear. E4 6a.

with Miles Mcgennity, Oli Branagan, Steve Ramsden
Ram MkiV 31/Jul/10 Lead β

after noaks, on his gear.

with oaks
Dave Warburton 30/Jun/08 2nd


Franco Cookson OLD 30/Jun/08 Lead dog

Slippy conditions, a lack of chalk and a holey shoe caused a tumble. I recon 5c, but the gear is not good. Quite sustained climbing leads to an odd mono to a dodgey lay-away and a weird top-out. Pumpy, If it is 6a, it's E4.

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