8m. The east arete of the pinnacle above permanantly boggy ground. Some small RP's at just below half height may offer some protection, though with thin climbing and a high crux, this is regarded as a very bold climb.

Adam Van Lopik 19/Sep/1997

Ticklists: The Moorland Challenge, NYMoors Classics, North York Moors E5s.

ClimberDateStyleNotes & Partners
Hidden 31/Jul Solo RP
James Oakes 30/May Lead RP
Tom Martin, Steve Ramsden
Ram MkiV 30/May Lead RP

repeat ascent but this time using noak beta for the top half - taking the arete on the left rather than the right. Similar quality, style and difficulty either method I reckon.

Dave Warburton 18/Aug/11 Solo RP

Quick look and clean on shunt then went for it, but had a good rest at the friendly chillout before the thin top section. Crux is tricky to workout and the top is pretty committing. Excellent climbing throughout! P.S - ground no longer permanently boggy due to recent channelising of the stream!

Hidden 18/Aug/11 Solo O/S
Ram MkiV 02/Apr/11 Solo RP

took a fair bit of cleaning but a good route with nice climbing emerges

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