Rockfax Description
24m. A bold trad route that branches out left from midway up Cursillios. Rarely climbed. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Can't quite remember the date I did this but it just screamed out to be climbed - feeling confident and sort of wanting to be talked out of it, I set off just to the left of the start of "Number One" got a Rock in a pocket at about 10-15 feet then the rest is gearless but it just flows beautifully. The lower off comes all too soon. When I looked down, I noticed all the local climbers had disappeared - heard later they didn't want to witness a dumb Brit splat himself! The cheek of it!

John Matthews (me) and Mark Lane

James Malloch ?/Mar/13 Lead O/S

Seems to have bolts all the way and bolts chopped on the Top 50 route that you start up?

with Simon Smith
Hidden 30/Dec/12 Lead O/S
barni 05/Dec/12 Lead O/S
with Ami
funsized 17/Dec/11 Lead O/S

Not even sure if it makes E3 5c. Maybe E2 5b? The whole thing feels very contrived with bolts everywhere anyway. (Though I like the sheer cheek of krasavenko & Liam Ingram , below, commenting on the grade and its 'solo-able-ness' on a bloody top rope. Put up or shut up?)

krasavenko 02/Apr/10 TR O/S

E4 5c??? solo-able climb

Liam Ingram 02/Apr/10 TR O/S

Easy climbing.

with Liyen
Hidden ??/2010 Lead O/S
Brian Rodgers 12/Apr/09 Lead O/S

Never E4 5c.

with Louise Rodgers
Ab Wilson 12/Apr/05 TR O/S
with Georgina Turnbull
goi.ashmore 23/Oct/98 Lead O/S
with Roy Thomas
Cowflinger ?/Mar/95 Lead O/S
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