20m. Start up the left side of the arete avoiding holds and gear on Oggie. From the large ledge place high gear to protect moves to a good gear placement on the wall right of the arete. From here make exciting moves up leftwards via blocks which are sounder than they appear.

Chris Nicholson & Andy Gallagher Apr/1981

timreynolds 01/Jun/16 Lead
DCIGadget 01/Jun/16 2nd β
Chris Ebbutt 09/Jul/14 Lead

Had to come back and have a go at the correct finish, great exposed steep climbing,very intimidating but good gear, not sure using knee bars is normally 4C territory. Deserves a photo of the top section from the side, would show the wild position and generate the interest this route deserves. Better and harder than Abbott's Way?

Sarah Welsh 09/Jul/14 2nd
petecallaghan 09/Jul/14 2nd O/S

What a great route, despite being short. The moves over the steep ground at the top are solid and very enjoyable. Definitely coming back to lead this one.

Chris Ebbutt 07/Jun/14 Lead dog

Finished straight up from half way ledge staying just left of arête, should have studied photo taken by Kafoozalem which clearly shows it going around the RH side of the arête to get to the top. This LH side is more than 4C and I dogged between every break, but good powerful climbing with good gear.

with Mathew
James Mitchelmore 07/Mar/14 Lead O/S
Ellis Butler-Barker 06/Sep/12 Solo O/S
with Stanley
Hidden 22/Jun/12 Lead O/S
alice fuller 22/Jun/12 2nd O/S
clark alston ?/Oct/87 Lead O/S


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