Rockfax Description
The right arete of the landward face is superb and gradually getting steeper. Start the arete 'à cheval'. Move up to a small, high edge on the arete before swinging left onto the face. The name means "Edge of the Earth" - for obvious reasons. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The starting left hand hold has degraded sometime since 2012 and the first move is quite a bit harder.

FA. Ben Stokes 28/Feb/2004

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3 Star Portland, Dorset Bouldering Top 50, Cuttings Ticklist

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
tom106 23 Feb Sent x one tick from a fun (rare at the moment) day outside
one tick from a fun (rare at the moment) day outside
robertmortonlloyd 25 Mar, 2018 Sent x
Hidden 11 Feb, 2017 Sent dnf
La Mont 29 Mar, 2014 Sent
MarkRyder 27 Jan, 2013 Sent x
Tophe 27 Jan, 2012 Sent x
owb106 27 Jan, 2012 Sent dnf
Lloyders 15 Jul, 2011 Sent x
brices 30 Oct, 2010 Sent x
archiecb 30 Oct, 2010 Sent x
Richard Hession 22 Feb, 2009 Sent O/S Nice line with some grim left hand crimps!
Nice line with some grim left hand crimps!
Hidden ??, 2007 -
feeko ??, 2007 -
bigie bob 25 Feb, 2006 Sent
Hidden 28 Feb, 2004 Sent x
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