35m.

Rockfax Description
Technical and bold wall climbing up the committing face 5m right of August Angie. Move up and pass a break in the roof. Trend right to a (peg) at a flake then run it out direct to a ledge (possible belay). Finish heading rightwards across a short blank wall to a clean-cut exit. Low in the grade. © Rockfax

FA. Pete Oxley 11/Aug/1990

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Logged Ascents

UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Hidden 16 Feb, 2014 TR O/S
Dohnny_Jawes 16 Feb, 2014 TR O/S
debbie roberts 2 Sep, 2012 2nd
Marti999 2 Sep, 2012 Lead O/S Just got first gear in roof and the jug i was holding came off in me hand. good route after that.
Just got first gear in roof and the jug i was holding came off in me hand. good route after that.
clipskipper 11 Aug, 2012 2nd O/S Moves to the flakes are probably the crux of the first pitch, though the upper wall is fairly stiff, though with enough holds
with Ed Babington
Moves to the flakes are probably the crux of the first pitch, though the upper wall is fairly stiff, though with enough holds
with Ed Babington
Ed Babs 11 Aug, 2012 Lead O/S In one pitch. Good climbing on lower and upper walls.
In one pitch. Good climbing on lower and upper walls.
jacobjlloyd 3 Jun, 2012 AltLd O/S Pretty pants route. The first pitch is alright, bit of loose rock about, though the peg is bomber and easily backed up. Had to pitch it as we were climbing on one rope doubled. Dougie took the second pitch, which was over all too quickly, without any worthwhile climbing to add to the overall underwhelming experience. It is certainly serious, especially with the slightly suspect rock on the runout (i pulled off a hold uncomfortably above my gear, but thankfully it was no drama) but still very low in the grade.
Pretty pants route. The first pitch is alright, bit of loose rock about, though the peg is bomber and easily backed up. Had to pitch it as we were climbing on one rope doubled. Dougie took the second pitch, which was over all too quickly, without any worthwhile climbing to add to the overall underwhelming experience. It is certainly serious, especially with the slightly suspect rock on the runout (i pulled off a hold uncomfortably above my gear, but thankfully it was no drama) but still very low in the grade.
dswansonlow 3 Jun, 2012 2nd β
Hidden 6 Sep, 2009 Lead O/S
pezzerrr 11 Oct, 2008 Lead O/S If you fall off, the flake rips and you break your legs, then it was E4. Hard to grade without testing this.
If you fall off, the flake rips and you break your legs, then it was E4. Hard to grade without testing this.
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