Better than it looks, the climbing avoids most of the vegetation. I thought this worth HS 4a, but it probably depends how much gear you place near the dodfy-looking flake, and how much you trust it.
Simon Caldwell - Lead O/S - 15/Jun/14 with Carmen
Hidden - 2nd - 15/Jun/14
1poundSOCKS - 2nd - 15/Jul/12
Hidden - Lead O/S - 15/Jul/12
BeckyPayne - TR O/S - 14/Jun/12 with Adam Collinge
Not sure how long the hanging flake will last in the middle!
PaulHermes - Lead O/S - 04/Jun/12 with Tibor, Paul VCCC
Hidden - 2nd - 15/May/12
dkd - Lead - 15/May/12 with karly54
stev1e.wilso - Lead - 30/Apr/12 with Simon
simon1985 - 2nd - 30/Apr/12 with Steve Wilson
mrplastique - 2nd O/S - Mar/11 with helixmh
helixmh - Lead - 2011
Typical Baildon Bank: you trust your placements to not pull out, but you don't trust the rock to not give way. A very good climb though, and that hanging chock block which defies gravity is surprisingly really solid. Easy once the incut hand hold for your left hand is found.
jimorothy - Lead - 16/Nov/08 with Rachel Crolla
Hidden - Lead - 03/May/08
John Brayshaw - Lead rpt - 22/Aug/07 with Erica
erica - 2nd - 22/Aug/07 with John
John Brayshaw - Lead rpt - 23/Jun/00 with John Kennedy
John Brayshaw - Lead rpt - 29/Oct/99 with Chris
John Brayshaw - 2nd O/S - 28/Aug/98 with Martin Cooper