43m, 2 pitches. New pegs Feb 2014 and some loose holds removed. Pumpy and creaky and probably worth E4 5c.
1.24m 5c Start 7m right of Call to Arms. Climb direct to two new pegs and make a big move up right to a jug. Advisable to clip a long sling to the peg well right on False Gods before taking the creaking jug rail leftwards to a rest (peg). Step left past a thread and make tricky moves up and then left to belay at the base of a groove as for Incubus.
2. 24 m 5b Tricky moves leftwards gain a slab. The loose and blocky left wall is climbed with great care to the top. Peg and nut belay.
Descend to an iron spike and abseil from it to the quarry floor.

Pat Littlejohn Ed Grinley 25/Apr/1970

D.Russell 23/Sep Lead β
with Tom N
Hidden 11/Aug/15 Lead O/S
Brian H 01/Feb/15 Lead β

Not onsight as had gear beta from Pete and he had left a quickdraw in on fourth peg. Felt pumpy surprisingly quickly (so-called "flash pump"?) so was a bit of a battle. Very good and reasonably safe, but some holds lower down feel a bit snappy. Finished via reversal of p1 of Incubus - Pete led that one.

kingholmesy ??/2015 AltLd O/S

Led p1.

with Colin
misterb 03/Jun/14 Lead dog

steep,holds falling off

with justin
Justin T 03/Jun/14 Lead O/S

In its new re-pegged form, E3 5c? Lowered off the tat instead of doing P2, some fun flake swinging, although still shedding holds.

with Nick B
Hidden 18/Apr/14 Lead rpt
alice fuller 18/Apr/14 2nd dog

1 rest - should have stretched to a bigger hold.

Chris_barr 11/Jun/11 AltLd

Dave lead first pitch I lead second.

with Dave
Dave Searle 11/Jun/11 Lead

I give it E4. pulled the eye out of one of the pegs. hard climbing for E3.

clark alston ?/Mar/91 Lead RP

Are people still climbing this with the same holds!

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