115m, 3 pitches.

Rockfax Description
1) 5+, 2) 5, 3) 4+. Despite being the easiest route here this is still quite an adventure. Although fully bolted, the bolts are well spaced - carry some nuts and slings. The first pitch is long and the first bolt on it is very high. The last pitch is hard for 4+, exposed and rather sparingly bolted, making it serious for both leader and second. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Pitch 1 - 5b,40m.
Pitch 2 - 5b+, 40m.
Pitch 3 - 4c, 35m.

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Logged Ascents

UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
bobpilgrem 13 May AltLd O/S
with Alfrede
with Alfrede
Alfrede 13 May AltLd O/S
with Sandy
with Sandy
Hidden 5 Mar 2nd
Hidden 25 Sep, 2012 AltLd
Rog Wilko 12 Mar, 2010 Lead An arduous walk up (several inches of snow!) took us 1.5hrs, not 35 mins as guidebook says. The route is quite an adventure. Long first pitch (35m) starts boldly with a long climb to the first bolt (take some wires and big slings). Last pitch hard for 4c, very exposed and rather sparingly bolted (making it as serious for second as for leader).
with Debbie Wilkinson
An arduous walk up (several inches of snow!) took us 1.5hrs, not 35 mins as guidebook says. The route is quite an adventure. Long first pitch (35m) starts boldly with a long climb to the first bolt (take some wires and big slings). Last pitch hard for 4c, very exposed and rather sparingly bolted (making it as serious for second as for leader).
with Debbie Wilkinson
Hidden 12 Oct, 2009 2nd
RebekahD 12 Oct, 2009 2nd
with Andy Nisbet, Mum
with Andy Nisbet, Mum
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Style of ascent
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