20m. The easiest way up this fine sheet of rock is still a hard onsight for the guide grade of E4. From the notch in the arete, solo with gusto up left onto the ramp to gain respite and limited but good micro-gear. Use small slopers to make the blind crux traverse past a hidden foothold to get good ledges on the arete, then finish boldly but easily.

JamesTurnbull97 04/Jan/17 Lead RP

Quick clean and play on TR, then led. Fiddled in some wires and RPs but they didn't inspire much confidence so felt quite bold. Although a great introduction to the bold outings on the buttress.

with Flo
FloTilley 04/Jan/17 TR β
with James
ashtond6 01/Feb/15 Lead RP

Felt E5 to me but I thought the gear was terrible so felt solo

Bloke on a Rope 25/Oct/14 Lead RP

Got it twice clean on t/r then lead, not a bad effort in the conditions coz was a bit damp! Thought the gear looked pretty good but didn't test it.

with Matt
Climbster 25/Oct/14 Lead RP

Headpoint - 3 goes to get my old hips to do the high step and rock up on the first crux; then twice clean on T/R and once on lead.

with Vick, Ian
Hidden 20/May/12 Lead RP
Hidden 11/Mar/12 TR RP
mgeek 01/Nov/11 Lead β

Cool looking crag, psyched to go back!

with adam hughes
Hidden 30/Oct/11 2nd dog
akhughes 28/Oct/11 Lead β

Thought this had some good climbing on it but pretty easy. E3/4 5c i think. Shame as all the others on this buttress are either bag on or under graded.

Dave Warburton 26/Oct/11 Lead β

Have done start on Ginny, which helps as its bold. Was a bit sandy, so downclimbed from gear slot and ab-cleaned. E4 5c is reflection of route in clean state, second 5c crux is 'adequately' protected. No-way should it have had the same grade as Ginny, which is probs E6 anyway. Wouldn't have liked to have cruised Woodland then got on Ginny unknowing!

Hidden 26/Oct/11 2nd O/S
Paul Clarke ??/1999 Lead β
with Steve Coates
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