50m, 2 pitches.

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Technical and pumpy climbing blasting up the white face just right of Oceanid pitch 2. An airily-positioned top pitch that is high in the grade.
1) 5a, 20m. As for Oceanid.
2) 6b, 30m. Climb diagonally left then back right, above an overhang, to a small ledge (peg). Swing left and pass a niche to ascend twin cracks above. A hard move on the left gains a good horizontal break. Continue up the technical, leaning headwall (2 pegs) to the top. © Rockfax

FA. Martin Crocker, D.Light 26/Sep/1983

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matt perks 26 Oct, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: I've been dragged up it. It is certainly hard and pumpy. The gear is great though, so if you are up to this kind of grade it is a good one to throw yourself at.
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βeta: I've been dragged up it. It is certainly hard and pumpy. The gear is great though, so if you are up to this kind of grade it is a good one to throw yourself at.
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Hidden 13 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S
Ellis Bird 26 Nov, 2017 Lead Smashed it, hardest E5 this year!
Smashed it, hardest E5 this year!
Ellis Bird 22 Oct, 2017 Lead dog Got through the crux, but fatigued on the upper wall, doh!
Got through the crux, but fatigued on the upper wall, doh!
Hidden 29 Feb, 2012 2nd dog
Mike Goldthorp 13 Aug, 2010 Lead dog Felt E6 for sure, bearing in mind grading is for the onsight - crux is tough and you dont have time on the headwall to hang around and figure out a sequence. Lacking the stamina to onsight this kinda route at the moment!
Felt E6 for sure, bearing in mind grading is for the onsight - crux is tough and you dont have time on the headwall to hang around and figure out a sequence. Lacking the stamina to onsight this kinda route at the moment!
Alex Mason 13 Aug, 2010 Lead dog E6 to O/S i reckon. E2 up to some good gear, pull out left for the crux, then sustained 6a up the head wall which is hard to read because there are loads of red herring holds. Fell off (onto insitu peg) just beneath last peg and good hold. So close. F7b.
E6 to O/S i reckon. E2 up to some good gear, pull out left for the crux, then sustained 6a up the head wall which is hard to read because there are loads of red herring holds. Fell off (onto insitu peg) just beneath last peg and good hold. So close. F7b.
Rob Kennard ??, 2007 -
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