The obvious right to left diagonal on the steep wall opposite EOTS gives excellent technical and sustained climbing. The guidebook grade is given, its probably harder.

Dom Taylor 11/Oct Lead O/S
with ellis
Ellis Butler-Barker 11/Oct Lead O/S
Dan Dyson ?/Mar Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2015 Lead O/S
alice fuller 25/May/14 Lead
Brian H 25/May/14 Lead O/S

Very good pitch - good climbing and gear all the way.

hornbywill 25/May/14 Lead O/S
Hidden 24/Apr/14 Lead O/S
alice fuller 24/Apr/14 2nd O/S
Hidden 08/Jun/10 TR
Hidden 08/Jun/10 TR dog
Marti999 10/Mar/10 Lead O/S
ChrisBrooke 10/Mar/10 2nd
with Marti Hallet
Hidden 20/Sep/09 2nd
Hidden 31/May/09 2nd
Justin T 14/Dec/08 Lead dog

Dogged yo-yo ... surely the finest style? Not great conditions. First attempt was abandoned when I lost total sensation in my fingers, followed by 5 minutes of hot aches. Next attempt lobbed off after failing to clear plant roots out fast enough to get gear in. Next attempt curtailed when dynoing the crux after failing to warn my belayer ... rope came tight before I got the hold. Finally gibbered up after losing all semblance of climbing ability then sat, shivering, belaying off a fence-post next to a gorse and hawthorn bush decorated with much of my lower leg skin. Highly recommended for the full Anstey's trad experience!

with Crispin
richardr ?/Jun/08 Lead RP

Ground up, with two previous attempts. I think its hard for E1, possibly E2, possibly just not my style. Its very good though and deserves traffic to keep it clean. The best E1 at Anstey's.

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