10m. First climbed at HS 4b before 1987, now goes at HVS/E1 5b since a rockfall before the late 1990's.

Steve Le Feuvre & Dean Cooper 03/Aug/2010

2#Tall 10/Jul/16 TR O/S
with SteveD, Barny
Barny Hamon 10/Jul/16 2nd O/S

Fairly serious even seconding. Harder if you're short.

with Steve
Hidden 02/Apr/16 Lead
Emily 30/Aug/15 2nd dog

Dropped a nut and lowered to get it before starting again. It was so wet, slimy and disgusting that I couldn't really be bothered and sat on the rope on the easy bit. Did actually manage to do the moves through the hard section.

with Nick
Nick Russell 30/Aug/15 Lead O/S

Wet. Serious for HVS given the lack of gear. There were a couple of places where the pendulum would have been into the ground. Maybe nicer in dry conditions but not recommended based on my experience.

with Emily
jimaye04 27/May/14 2nd
with Nicola Pledger
katia ?/Jul/13 Lead
Bargate_Champ 03/Aug/10 Lead

Its not HS that is for sure. I would say a spicy HVS 5b as the gear is not great and you'd take a bit of a pendulum falling from the crux. Good route though.

Hidden 03/Aug/10 2nd dog
mullermn 26/Jun/10 Lead dnf

Delighted to read this description as this climb's just given me a total spanking! I thought you island climbers must be hard as nails if that's what you call HS ;)

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