30m. A great route on NW face of the False Stack.
Abseil down from the large niche on the top of the NE face of the stack.
Climb the black niche and then traverse right onto the obvious "beak" on the W arete of the stack. Move right onto the SW face and climb the lovely wall to the right of the obvious vertical crack.

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Matthew Davies 12 Jul Lead O/S Fun, good warmup route. Great belay from the top.
Fun, good warmup route. Great belay from the top.
alex goodall 23 Jun Lead O/S Great route. Loved the false stack almost more than the actual stack. Cruxy moves felt hardish
Great route. Loved the false stack almost more than the actual stack. Cruxy moves felt hardish
Gordon W 23 Jun 2nd O/S
Hidden 19 Jul, 2016 2nd O/S
partz 19 Jul, 2016 Lead O/S Beautiful sunny day! Finished up the arete which seems more logical
Beautiful sunny day! Finished up the arete which seems more logical
1176gws 13 Jul, 2013 Lead RP lead climbed, solo, with one fall at the crux.
lead climbed, solo, with one fall at the crux.
climbergg 9 Aug, 2012 Lead
with Tim M
with Tim M
Tim M 9 Aug, 2012 2nd O/S
MonkeyDawson ?Jul, 2012 Lead
mikemartin 9 Aug, 2011 2nd
Hidden 1 May, 2011 2nd
Hidden ?Nov, 2009 Lead dog
Steve Waters, Mynydd 24 May, 2009 Lead Great fun. The crux involved a couple of moves on small but positive edges at the top of the black niche to get feet established on the traverse line.
Great fun. The crux involved a couple of moves on small but positive edges at the top of the black niche to get feet established on the traverse line.
mtempest 24 May, 2009 2nd
with Steve Waters, Mynydd
with Steve Waters, Mynydd
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