180m, 5 pitches.

Rockfax Description
(The Hummingbird) Three fine pitches lead to the upper grass terrace. From here the usual way on is to join Spurven, but break right up the 'Direct Crack' (originally a variation on Spurven). Start at the base of the unmistakable large left-trending hollow flake.
1) 4, 30m. Climb and walk up the crest of the flake to a small belay. A precarious and unprotected pitch despite its friendly grade.
2) 5-, 30m. Continue up to the roof then traverse right across a slab (often wet) below the roof to its right-hand end, and layback up a steep crack around the roof. Climb grassy cracks onto the large terrace and belay at the base of a thin vertical crack.
3) 6-, 50m. Climb the crack (some grass) which becomes a thin seam, then step right delicately into the left-facing groove. Climb this, past a peg, to reach the third grass terrace and possible stance. Move 20m right to belay on double-bolt belay/abseil anchor shared with Spurven.
4) 6-, 40m. 'The Direct Crack'. Climb flakes and cracks into the upper chimney then step out right on to a small ledge to find a superb crack. Climb this by finger then hand jamming, gradually easing to an uncomfortable stance with a large sling-festooned spike belay.
5) 3+, 30m. Climb the easy-angled right-trending ramp (often damp) leading to a double-bolt belay/abseil anchor on the shoulder on the right. © Rockfax

Pippa 22/Jul/15 AltLd O/S

Lead odd pitches. Comedy first totally gearless pitch, hugging the detached flake and getting my leg stuck. Nice moves on flakes around the roof. Terrifying hard moves on poor run out gear on third pitch. Nice laybacking up corner crack with the sun popping around to shine on Jam before dropping behind the mountains on fourth pitch. Yucky wet crack in slab to finish. Multiple abs off bouncy tree to get to bottom. Put off Norweigan climbers who asked how hard it was. Got to the bottom about 1am.

jonnie3430 09/Jul/15 AltLd O/S
with Pete
Peter Reynolds ?/Jun/15 Lead
Hidden ?/Jul/14 AltLd O/S
James Oswald ?/Jun/13 Lead dnf

Got to the bottom of the route just as it began to rain. Boo

with Ferdia, Lindsay, Clare Erskine
climbingpixie 05/Jul/12 AltLd dnf

Scary stuff. P1 is terrifying and P3 is much harder than the guide suggests. Started raining as my partner got to the top of P4 so we had to ab off before I could second it.

with Andy
Hidden 05/Jul/12 AltLd O/S
Hidden 09/Jul/11 Lead
John Tanner 12/Jun/11 AltLd O/S

I led P1,3&4

mrstarwarsman 12/Jun/11 AltLd O/S
Andrew1 05/Aug/10 AltLd O/S
with Hulda
Hidden 05/Aug/10 AltLd O/S
tuukka 20/Jun/10 AltLd O/S
with Maija
Hidden 06/Aug/09 AltLd
John Roe 05/Aug/09 AltLd

I led pitch 4 (n6-), Andy led pitches 1 to 3, also with Tarquin Shipley

centurion05 05/Aug/09 AltLd
brockers 30/Jul/09 AltLd

Would give it E1 5a/b for the third pitch. A precarious move rightwards that felt as hard as anything on Vestpilaren.

Hidden 30/Jul/09 AltLd
chiverstom 05/Jul/09 AltLd O/S

Pitch 3

with Dave Turner
Hidden 04/Jul/09 AltLd O/S
AJ007 ?/Jul/09 AltLd
Fredrik Nyberg 30/Jun/08 Lead O/S
with Elin Eriksson
Chris Craggs 10/Aug/05 AltLd
with Colin Binks
Bad Mongo ??/2005 AltLd
chrishedgehog 16/Jul/03 Lead O/S
with Clare Wilkie
Jonathan Lagoe - UKC ?/Jun/03 AltLd O/S
with Andy Hyslop
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High n6
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High n5+
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