35m.

Rockfax Description
A hard pitch with good but spaced protection. A real arm destroyer. Start as for The Lean Machine. Follow The Lean Machine to a good hold 2m above the low fault-line. Move left on big handholds to a crack and take this to a move up left to a flake. Continue to below a blank calcite sheet near the top. This provides a testing climax. Exit right through the upper overhang and climb a thin slab rightwards to a ledge. Finish by pulling up on the abseil rope. © Rockfax

FA. Pete Oxley 15/Sep/1985

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Ged Desforges ??, 2015 - Brilliant route, really steep and sustained with generally good gear. The flake is a bit spooky. Fell off the calcite sheet. Felt like top end e5, but good gear where you need it
Brilliant route, really steep and sustained with generally good gear. The flake is a bit spooky. Fell off the calcite sheet. Felt like top end e5, but good gear where you need it
Tom Livingstone 16 May, 2014 2nd dog Fierce crux involving a long reach and high feet. Might be back for this!
Fierce crux involving a long reach and high feet. Might be back for this!
dan gibson 16 May, 2014 Lead dnf Came to a halt at the crux on the calcite sheet, finished up Sirus. Quite a bit harder then LM and SC.
with Tom Livingstone
Came to a halt at the crux on the calcite sheet, finished up Sirus. Quite a bit harder then LM and SC.
with Tom Livingstone
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