25m. 10 metres right of Puffed Wheat is a large birch tree growing at the foot of the crag, below two short corners, which lead to a large grass ledge. Above this is a superb clean wall, with a shield of rock perched on the right-hand arete at half height.

A fine pitch, on excellent rock, despite the grass ledge break. Climb the right hand corner to the ledge and move left across the ledge to twin oaks (beware large ant nest by the trees). Above is a hanging V-groove; attain the groove directly and climb the wall above, keeping to the centre of the wall for the best climbing. A quality pitch.

Martin Scrowston Jim Loxham 25/Aug/2009

Pete Nugent 23/Aug/14 2nd O/S
Rog Wilko 23/Aug/14 Lead

Really enjoyed this route. Both holds and gear better than appears from ground level. Take care though, as the biggest hold on the route - a sort of tapering pillar halfway up the groove - moves quite alarmingly, especially when you realise much of your gear is associated with it! There is, fortunately, an alternative good gear slot independent of this bit of rock. Finish above the break quite bold.

with Pete Nugent
eldre070 10/Jul/14 Lead O/S

Nice route actually. Quite bold until the high break but low end 4b climbing.

with Stuart barclay
Peter Metcalfe 01/Jun/12 2nd
with Dom Hall
Hidden 16/May/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 16/May/12 2nd O/S
Conan 05/May/12 2nd O/S
with Neil
Peter Metcalfe 06/Nov/11 Lead
Peter Metcalfe 16/Jun/11 2nd

Nice climbing, bolder higher up.

Peter Metcalfe 29/May/11 Lead
Bullybones 29/Apr/11 -
with Linda F
lithos 17/Oct/10 2nd

quality climbing up the slab

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