Rockfax Description
The left-hand side of the arete is a nice pitch with unlikely-looking moves if you follow the bolts out onto the wall. © Rockfax

LuapRagas 08/May/17 Lead O/S

Like people say below, absurd bolt placement offering you a choice of 5+ or 6c. Interestingly, however, a chopped bolt near the arête would indicate that the intended line is indeed up the 5+ crack. A soft grade for what is otherwise a bit of a sandbagged crag?

topsyturvy 30/Aug/16 Lead O/S
with Mike P
clarendon 30/Aug/16 2nd
with Tris
Laramadness 27/May/16 Lead dog

I'm with Jonny Taylor on this one, the bolts (and the Rockfax description) pull you out onto the wall. I ended up backhanding the undercut flake, RH on a tiny crimp flake and a long dynamic move to what turns out to be a very disappointing diagonal sloper, from where you'd want to clip. About 7a by my reckoning. If you stay on the arete you seem to end up in the 5a to the right. Also, I started by the named plaque, which the RF would suggest is the variation, the original starting from the ledge up left, which hardly seems worthwhile!

with Jacci
dtmbennett 29/Oct/14 Lead O/S
riff156 22/Oct/14 Lead dog
Smelly Fox 20/Oct/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 15/May/12 Lead
Hidden 16/Oct/11 Lead O/S
JonS 16/Oct/11 Lead O/S

The move onto the face seems a bit off course but is very good and not that hard. Makes sense when you do it and not 6c!

jonny taylor 02/Sep/11 Lead

Route line seems to make no sense. There is a bolt out on the face on the left suggesting an incredibly hard line to follow (at least 6c?). Moving right onto the adjacent route on the arete makes for a soft 6a.

with Andy B
Thinker01 09/Aug/10 Lead dog

Much easier if you don't try going across the blank face on the left (6c?)

Tez29 06/Aug/06 Lead O/S
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