13m. Gain the wall just right of the chimney and move up to a horizontal break. Traverse left on finger pockets to the arete and dodgy pro in a pocket. Layback up the arete to good holds and a ledge. Pull around the bulge above direct to finish. Low in the grade but the crux is a interesting, and delicate

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Bloke on a Rope 20 Oct, 2018 Solo β Brushed on abseil, 3 awesome moves with rests in between, pretty tenuous traverse on pockets followed by an exciting move up the arete, was very pleased not to blow this part as the fall would have been horrendous while soloing. Although I did try a small white tri cam in the pocket which seemed bomber.
Brushed on abseil, 3 awesome moves with rests in between, pretty tenuous traverse on pockets followed by an exciting move up the arete, was very pleased not to blow this part as the fall would have been horrendous while soloing. Although I did try a small white tri cam in the pocket which seemed bomber.
robertmctague 8 Aug, 2015 Lead O/S
with Jack
with Jack
bencole 10 Jul, 2014 Lead RP Excellent route, went for the lead in the setting sun. practically dark by the time Christy ticked it after me.
Excellent route, went for the lead in the setting sun. practically dark by the time Christy ticked it after me.
climberchristy 10 Jul, 2014 Lead RP Excellent moves. No easy bits.
with bencole
Excellent moves. No easy bits.
with bencole
Jack00 18 Jun, 2014 Lead β
with Edd Carrigan
with Edd Carrigan
Ed carrigan 18 Jun, 2014 Lead RP Second go after bottling first attempt still pleased thow ! Felt hard as it was bloody warm !
with Jack00
Second go after bottling first attempt still pleased thow ! Felt hard as it was bloody warm !
with Jack00
PaulHermes 24 Feb, 2013 TR
with ebf
with ebf
ebf 24 Feb, 2013 TR dog Very hard start to get established in the obvious head-height break. After that, it's all simple enough with a bold and balancy finish.
Very hard start to get established in the obvious head-height break. After that, it's all simple enough with a bold and balancy finish.
Hidden 27 Oct, 2012 Lead RP
Hidden 27 Oct, 2012 2nd
Hidden ?May, 2012 -
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