20m. Indirect, but excellent climbing with a lot of 5c and mostly good gear. Start trickily up the thin flakes right of RB to gain a quartz seam. Crank left along this to a breather in the RB streak, then make tricky moves to stand on the seam and bold moves to gain the finishing scoop above. Great rock.

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Butel 7 Jul Lead O/S
Hidden 6 May TR O/S
Hidden 4 May Lead O/S
Hidden 28 Aug, 2018 Lead β
Sardien 19 Aug, 2018 2nd O/S
with Kate, nawface, Andy Scott
with Kate, nawface, Andy Scott
LisaA 1 Jul, 2011 Lead RP Seconded it last year.
with Adrian
Seconded it last year.
with Adrian
masonwoods101 ??, 2011 Lead O/S 1 hard move the direct is an e5 6b that is really hard. took a big fall
1 hard move the direct is an e5 6b that is really hard. took a big fall
LisaA 19 Jun, 2010 2nd β
with Dave
with Dave
AlistairB 18 Jun, 2010 Lead RP One quick go on a top rope because I was worried there wasn't any gear for the top. There was actually enough and it was quite good, should've just gone for the onsight. Never mind! Quality route, slab climbing at its best and completely unpolished. Would be a 3* classic if it was at a more popular crag!
with Fred
One quick go on a top rope because I was worried there wasn't any gear for the top. There was actually enough and it was quite good, should've just gone for the onsight. Never mind! Quality route, slab climbing at its best and completely unpolished. Would be a 3* classic if it was at a more popular crag!
with Fred
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