Rockfax Description
An impressive line but although the protection is adequate has its fair share of poor rock. Start at the base of The Ramp. Climb to a large ledge then traverse left to ascend a crack to the fault-line. Follow the dodgy pillar and crack with care to the top. © Rockfax

FA. Jim Titt 19.2.72. An impressive route for its time. FFA. George Hounsome 1976 19/Feb/1972

Misha 18/May/14 2nd O/S

Sue took a big whipper off the crux (best part of 8m), had a rest on the ground, went back up, placed a cam in the diagonal crack leading up to the crux (making it much safer), changed approach and got up it fine. I found it fairly tough on second! Using the flake out right on the crux rather than just the knobbly bits in the groove to the left made a big difference. Some 5b/c sequences higher up as well.

with Sue
Hidden 17/May/14 Lead β
Misha 02/Sep/11 Lead

Mistaken for Ocean Boulevard as forgot the guide book at the top! A very obvious line. Got pumped, grabbed something in desperation, it came off and so did I! Got it second go.

with Tony
Hidden 13/Mar/11 2nd O/S
dan gibson 13/Mar/11 -

Really good route, good gear, and only the odd bit of suspect rock to keep things exciting. Classic of the genre!

with michael porter
Hidden ??/2009 -
Hidden ??/2006 -
Nigel Coe 29/Nov/87 TR
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