25m. An unlikely grade for a bold-looking route. Start at the foot of the knife-edge arête left of the huge overhung corner of Semerikod. Climb the arête on good holds but with less-than-good gear to a large ledge. Turn right and climb rather dirty rock, avoiding the heather by stepping out airily on to the front face of the buttress.

Roger Wilkinson, Debbie Wilkinson, Dick Baker 05/Jul/2003

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Rog Wilko 29 Apr Show βeta
βeta: Recommend starting the route from the large block at the foot of the arête. The arête has some gear if you look carefully - an RP can be useful. Also, avoid the last few horrible feet of the top-out by making a downward step out to the right above the overhang (as the guidebook description!)
 
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βeta: Recommend starting the route from the large block at the foot of the arête. The arête has some gear if you look carefully - an RP can be useful. Also, avoid the last few horrible feet of the top-out by making a downward step out to the right above the overhang (as the guidebook description!)
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philgillespie 14 Jul Lead O/S
JonLongshanks 10 Jun 2nd O/S
with Bertie
with Bertie
charliesdad 1 Nov, 2018 Lead O/S Bold at the bottom, dreadful slimy top-out.
with David Fisher
Bold at the bottom, dreadful slimy top-out.
with David Fisher
Hidden 28 May, 2018 Lead O/S
Juliankitesurfer 28 May, 2018 2nd O/S
topsyturvy 7 May, 2017 Solo O/S
CHADWICK64 4 May, 2017 -
with Isobel Stoddart
with Isobel Stoddart
masa-alpin 30 Apr, 2017 2nd β
with Claudia
with Claudia
Willy Beman ??, 2017 Lead O/S
with Milo Berkeley
with Milo Berkeley
Robbie Blease 10 Sep, 2016 Lead O/S
Peter Metcalfe 31 Jul, 2016 Solo
Ben lad 6 Jul, 2016 Lead Avoid this crag. Ball ache to get there, ball ache to walk on and off climbs. I'll come back when gimmer slips off the side of the hill and becomes unusable.
with Chrissiefish
Avoid this crag. Ball ache to get there, ball ache to walk on and off climbs. I'll come back when gimmer slips off the side of the hill and becomes unusable.
with Chrissiefish
justdoit 15 Sep, 2015 Lead
joe hallam 20 May, 2015 Lead O/S Good gear for the open-minded. Started from the block. Pulled off a large flake In the opening moves. Soiled pants.
with matt dudman
Good gear for the open-minded. Started from the block. Pulled off a large flake In the opening moves. Soiled pants.
with matt dudman
Martin Bennett 31 Aug, 2014 -
with Rog Wilko
with Rog Wilko
Rog Wilko 31 Aug, 2014 2nd Recommend starting the route from the large block at the foot of the arête. The arête has some gear if you look carefully - an RP can be useful. Also, avoid the last few horrible feet of the top-out by making a downward step out to the right above the overhang (as the guidebook description!)
with Martin B
Recommend starting the route from the large block at the foot of the arête. The arête has some gear if you look carefully - an RP can be useful. Also, avoid the last few horrible feet of the top-out by making a downward step out to the right above the overhang (as the guidebook description!)
with Martin B
Hidden ?Jun, 2014 TR O/S
peter.ravenscroft27 13 May, 2014 Lead O/S scary top out. Arete awesome though!!
with Jack Godwin
scary top out. Arete awesome though!!
with Jack Godwin
Hidden 11 Jun, 2011 2nd
Rog Wilko 5 Jul, 2003 Lead First ascent.
with Debbie Wilkinson & Dick Baker
First ascent.
with Debbie Wilkinson & Dick Baker
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