180m, 5 pitches. North Route Direct - direct
Start as the guide-book but climb the groove throughout in about three pitches - about 120 metres. Crux is a steepening at about 90 metres [guide book alternatives appear to avoid this by a ridge on the right]. Finish up easier section of ridge above. IV/4. Worth a star or two.

Ticklists: Great routes in the Coe.

Hidden 23/Nov/13 AltLd
010paw 23/Nov/13 AltLd O/S

Good first route for the season! Happy with this. Wasn't fully frozen so made for it being upper end of the grade but certainly nothing crazy!! Bring on 2013/14 season.....

Captain Solo 27/Jan/12 Solo

Might have done bits of North Route but it certainly felt at least grade III. A good understarred route.

John Workman 19/Mar/11 Lead

North Route Direct 'Direct'? Climb the groove direct for about 100 metres, with a steepening [4] at about 70m. Then by the ridge left or right, more easily, to the top. **

with Chris D
aged_ape 07/Feb/11 Lead O/S
isi_o 25/Nov/10 2nd
Jamie B 25/Nov/10 Lead
with isi_o
Hidden 01/Feb/09 -
decs 01/Feb/09 -

We think this is the route we did. We climbed the chimney/scoop to the left of the arete on dry rock. We then went left above and scrambled to the top. Not in great condition after a thaw. Black butresses, mediocre snow/ice.

with Konrad
Hidden 15/Mar/08 AltLd
9fingerjon 15/Mar/08 2nd O/S

Topped out at dusk - got back to the Clachaig very late!

with Matt G and Ad
Hidden ??/2003 Solo
uphillnow ??/1983 Solo

working for Crowden Outdoor Centre. Supporting pair leading route on the course. Date approximate

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