19m. A right to left line across the orange wall, crossing Bogger Bob. Thin and technical towards the end: high in its technical grade, and a tad bold in one or two places. Start 9 Feet right of Bogger Bob.

N.B. now almost completely rebolted, and very nearly a 7a sport route: some trad gear needed for the section which crosses Bodger Bob. There is now a twin bolt belay station adjacent to the original, and also a new bolt replacing the worn peg at the crux. The suggested start is at the foot of a small arete, before following the original directions. Thanks to Mike Hope et al for the work.

ClimberDateStyle
Stanners 26/Mar Lead dog

Fluffed it up staying too high on the crux. Did pretty quickly afterwards. Another one on this wall I've got to come back and get clean! Good route. F7a feels right

with Mark Davis, Gordon Jenkin
Didymus 22/Jan Lead dnf

good hybrid route but didn't see where the Eng 6b was?

PaulTclimbing 22/Jan Lead
with Didymus
Hidden 17/Apr/16 Lead dog
richiebongo ?/Mar/16 Lead O/S
with Nick Smith
PaulTclimbing ?/Mar/09 Lead RP

This was simply the best route at the crag. Brilliant moves to the belay. In old trad format was also a joy.

with Pete
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