36m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
Another good route taking the crack on the right of the bay.
1) 5a, 18m. Follow the crack to the fault-line. Move left then over a bulge to a belay (poor peg plus good nuts).
2) 5b, 18m. Traverse right for 5m and gain the right-hand side of the high roof line. Pass it leftwards - tricky - and take the groove above to the top. © Rockfax

FA. George Hounsome, T.Daniels 13/Aug/1977

Ticklists: 100 Best South West Mid Grade Routes.

ian d f 12/Aug/14 AltLd O/S

led p1.

with Paul K
lday 30/Nov/13 AltLd O/S

Led P1. Found P2 pretty tough

Hidden 30/Nov/13 AltLd O/S
Dan Hostford 25/May/13 Lead dog
Marti999 14/Nov/12 Lead O/S
with Debbie
debbie roberts 14/Nov/12 2nd
Dave Mahon ?/Nov/11 AltLd O/S

Didn't have much big gear so backed off the right hand corner crack. Climbed the steep finger cracks - pumpy placing gear. Knackered by the time I arranged the belay (5 iffy wires). Brian (and the ropes!) got very wet as the tide came in. Brian led P2 with wet feet - committing move up after the 5m traverse. Some nuts fell out and we were fully prepared for a whipper but Brian did it, placing a shallow number 2 nut up high. No push over!

with Brian Mead
schof 12/Sep/10 AltLd O/S
with ed b
Ed Babs 12/Sep/10 AltLd O/S

P1 - really good climbing. We opted for the right of the two cracks.

with schof
Different Steve 28/Sep/08 AltLd O/S

Led P2 (5b) though the meat is in pitch 1

with Guy Reid
Hidden ??/2006 -
feilx ??/2005 -
cem 11/Dec/04 2nd dog

With an injured shoulder

steve taylor ?/Sep/90 Lead O/S
with steve kerr
Nigel Coe 31/Aug/86 AltLd
with Andy Blakely
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