Rockfax Description
(The Finger-crack) A fine finger-crack splitting the big slab left of the Odin's Bue overlaps gives sustained and well-protected finger-jamming, and is worth the rather arduous approach. Start up the groove on the right then follow flakes leftwards until a move up right across a short face gains the main crack. Up this with sustained interest to reach a small stance with multiple fixed wires. Descend by abseil. © Rockfax

Pippa 22/Jul Lead O/S

Really, really nice long crack with a few hard moves. Good gear. Worrying detached block sat on the flake as the only holds at start. Abbed off in-situ wires got rope caught behind the death block, climbed the bottom again and back down to collect it rather than pull!

Hidden 09/Jul/11 Lead
John Tanner 10/Jun/11 Lead O/S

Awesome route, well worth the long approach for the single pitch. Just keeps going, super well protected

with Ben Corbey
Andrew1 05/Aug/10 AltLd O/S
with Hulda
Hidden 05/Aug/10 AltLd O/S
tuukka 20/Jun/10 Lead O/S
with Maija
Hidden 06/Aug/09 Lead
John Roe 05/Aug/09 Lead

Also with Tarquin Shipley. What a fantastic route.

centurion05 05/Aug/09 2nd
chiverstom 05/Jul/09 2nd O/S
with Dave Turner
Hidden 04/Jul/09 Lead O/S
AJ007 ?/Jul/09 2nd
chrishedgehog 17/Jul/03 Lead O/S

Fabulous - Wilkie got hit on the head by a falling block the size of a brick, and yes, she WAS wearing a helmet!

with Clare Wilkie
Jonathan Lagoe - UKC ?/Jun/03 AltLd O/S
with Andy Hyslop
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
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