Rockfax Description
The amazing green pillar in two pitches.
1) 5c, 17m. Feels like trad E3. 2) 6b, 22m. Feels like bold 7b. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
the big green arete opposit the californian, old bolts and gear, friction is perfect on the dolorite

Jon Barton 2000

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
BenRyle 20 Apr, 2017 AltLd O/S A very absorbing climb, the rock often gave cause for caution, the bolts run out (but as usual there when you needed them), and all in need of some travel. That being said the cruxes of both pitches were fantastic. Top lead by Jacob on the crux pitch!
A very absorbing climb, the rock often gave cause for caution, the bolts run out (but as usual there when you needed them), and all in need of some travel. That being said the cruxes of both pitches were fantastic. Top lead by Jacob on the crux pitch!
jacob shieldhouse hadley 20 Apr, 2017 AltLd O/S lead crux pitch, very loose in some places, snappy holds, runout and insecure in others, E5 seems right haha, very dirty as well, the cruxs are ace, double bolt belay at the top
with BenRyle
lead crux pitch, very loose in some places, snappy holds, runout and insecure in others, E5 seems right haha, very dirty as well, the cruxs are ace, double bolt belay at the top
with BenRyle
LRob 3 May, 2016 Lead O/S Runout, dirty and a bit snappy. Would be better as a well bolted 7a
Runout, dirty and a bit snappy. Would be better as a well bolted 7a
owain86 14 Nov, 2011 Lead dnf Spent a while getting scared on the first pitch, reached the jug at half height and lowed off.
Spent a while getting scared on the first pitch, reached the jug at half height and lowed off.
IOAN D 16 Mar, 2008 Lead O/S
with calum
with calum
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