22m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A complex line - two (or three) pitches is sensible. Climb a thin crack past a stump then a jutting rib. Move down and across right to a stance below the arete. Up the rounded rib then move along ledges to the far right arete. Climb the face just left of this then grope around the bulge to find 'the big rocker' and an exit. © Rockfax

FA. John Gosling 1966

Hidden 29/Oct/17 AltLd O/S
morganator 22/May/16 Lead

Dirty, not worth a star

soph 22/May/16 2nd O/S
JasonK 14/May/15 Lead

Couldn't find the finish. Think I tried the E1 instead and scuttled off right at the very top...

Hidden 13/Oct/12 AltLd RP
Hidden 13/Oct/12 2nd
jshields 29/Sep/12 Lead

VS? HVS any day even at Curbar!

Creep_pea 24/Apr/10 Lead O/S
with Walsh
Hidden ??/2010 Lead
EdShep 10/May/08 2nd O/S
with Pilch and Graham
Pilch 10/May/08 AltLd O/S

Well, 3 pitches and a lot of messing about, still not sure we did the correct finish

with Graham and Ed
daveagriff ??/2008 Lead
Phil West 28/Sep/02 AltLd dnf

No idea how to climb this. Might as well be E5.

with Chris Tan
Hidden 29/Jun/81 Lead
duncan ?/Apr/80 Solo O/S
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