15m. The v-shaped arete that sticks out above the slab routes. Approach via Slab Recess Route to belay at the foot of the arete.Start on the right and make committing moves to reach an awkward mantel onto a sloping shelf on the arete. Arrange poor gear and make more tricky moves to the top.

E Stone, G Smith 14/Jun/1988

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Adam Booth 2 Mar, 2012 2nd O/S Hard, and pretty shit gear.
with Calum Musket
Hard, and pretty shit gear.
with Calum Musket
Andrew Barker 25 Jun, 2010 Lead O/S Intense. The mantle is precarious, the gear made me want to cry and the moves from the ledge to the top felt desperate. I realised I hadn't done it quite right but managed to keep going. The guidebook says it's easy once you've done it and you'll want to do it again - I didn't agree at all! Apparently it was originally given E5 6a as it was climbed in the dark but it still felt that hard in daylight.
Intense. The mantle is precarious, the gear made me want to cry and the moves from the ledge to the top felt desperate. I realised I hadn't done it quite right but managed to keep going. The guidebook says it's easy once you've done it and you'll want to do it again - I didn't agree at all! Apparently it was originally given E5 6a as it was climbed in the dark but it still felt that hard in daylight.
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