42m. An eliminate line between Thunder Slab and Thunderclap giving some of the best climbing on the slab. Start in between those two routes.
(5a). Climb directly up the centre of the slab, crossing the diagonal crackline of Thunder Slab, to gain a thin mossy crack to the left of the short corner of Thunder Slab. Follow this crack and the slab above, and then climb straight through the bulge above on excellent holds to ledges. Traverse 5 metres rightwards to the left-hand crack in the steep wall above and finish up this (crux).

Chris King, Stephen Reid, Belinda 'BJ' James, 23/Jun/2005

Seymore Butt 30/Jun/15 -
Adi Hooper 13/Aug/13 Lead
James Mackin 13/Aug/13 2nd
Hidden 06/Sep/12 Lead
lithos 15/Oct/11 Lead

2 pitches. The main pitch mossy crack lived up to its name, top pitch was cleaner, easier and better than expected. (VS+ 4c)

J1PEF 11/Jul/11 -
Ann S 12/Jun/10 2nd
with Adam
Adam1973 12/Jun/10 Lead O/S
with Ann S
High E1
Mid E1
Low E1
High HVS
High VS
Mid VS
Low VS
Votes cast 2
High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
High 5a
Mid 5a
Low 5a
High 4c
Mid 4c
Low 4c
Votes cast 2
Style of ascent
Not Set
Not Set