25m. Despite 50 years passing this Cunningham route remains a serious lead.
Slightly confusing guidebook beta for this line in both SMC and Latter book.

J Cunningham and I Dingwall Jun/1947

arose 17/May/18 Lead

The peg in the middle of the crux is currently very poor and needs a wire to be threaded behind what remains of it to be used at all. E3 until this is replaced (no idea how John Cunningham put this in on lead!

with connor
connor 17/May/18 2nd
with arose
Andrew Nelson 14/Oct/14 Lead

Done it before, but a great route and of historical interest…imagine balancing there tapping in that peg! Agree the guidebook descriptions are clumsy and not too helpful. "Head toward the brown roof via a steep groove, after a bold start on a steep wall with positive grippy holds"

with Brian and Ben
Hidden ?/Sep/10 Lead O/S
gforce 21/Jul/07 Lead
Hidden 13/May/90 2nd
mark mcgowan01 ??/1987 -
Davy Gunn ??/1982 AltLd
Lone Rider ??/1979 AltLd
harrynicol 01/Jul/68 Lead O/S
with Iain Fulton
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