100m, 5 pitches. One of the best short routes in Scotland, taking a superb line up the huge imposing depression lying halfway up North Gully on the left.

S.Aisthorpe, N.Forwood, P.Yardley 1989

Ticklists: 3 star Scottish winter, Mid-Grade Scottish Winter, Scottish Winter IV-VI.

Richard Kendrick 01/Jan AltLd
with Ian Parnell
eaf4 16/Dec/17 AltLd

Wow. Those chimney pitches are amazing. Hook city! Lots of fun!

with Amy Goodill
AmyG 16/Dec/17 AltLd O/S

Amazing! Just put your axe somewhere and it was hooked on. Bit worrying at the top as a lot of loose stuff.

French Erick 20/Jan/13 AltLd O/S

incredibly steep for the grade thanks to all these hooks. Serious because of looseness. Requires care

robertmichaellovell 16/Jan/13 AltLd

a mememorable day out and a very good route - a suprising amount of snow about

with Fiona
tommytuffa 16/Dec/11 -

Best winter route i've done, led first easier pitch, Dan led the rest, last pitch in dark...

with Dan Moore
Hidden 16/Dec/11 AltLd
Smelly Fox 08/Dec/10 AltLd dnf

Unfortunately insulated by the huge amounts of powder. Backed off at half way. Scary stuff!

with Helen Rennard
andyinglis 20/Feb/10 AltLd O/S

Quality steep climbing, scary looseness at times!

with neil adams
Neil Adams 20/Feb/10 AltLd O/S

Excellent climbing up the chimney but a few worryingly loose blocks at the top where it catches the sun.

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