25m. The original classic here; used to be a stunning independent line but it has been somewhat encroached upon. Following bolts pretty much straight up and very slightly left for a bit (the easy bit after the 6th ring can be supplemented with a small cam), then at the overlap step back right to line of fixed hangers. At the top, don't be tempted to step off right until at the last bolt.

M Scheel, C Martin 1985

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Ula_F 17 Aug 2nd dog
Jack00 29 Apr, 2018 Lead O/S
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 9 Jan, 2017 Lead O/S
penny.orr 9 Jan, 2017 Lead O/S
Gabe Oliver 22 Oct, 2016 Lead O/S Sooooo good. Sustained crimpy fun the whole way. Really pleased to get the onsight
Sooooo good. Sustained crimpy fun the whole way. Really pleased to get the onsight
Ed Booth 2 Jan, 2016 Lead RP Not good rehab for a pulley. Description, follow crimpy wall for 20m. Good though.
with Anna Booth
Not good rehab for a pulley. Description, follow crimpy wall for 20m. Good though.
with Anna Booth
lukehodson 19 May, 2015 Lead O/S Awesome. In light rain. Would be better without all the other lines and bolts nearby.
Awesome. In light rain. Would be better without all the other lines and bolts nearby.
Dibdawg 2 Jan, 2013 Lead dog
with Leith Dawes
with Leith Dawes
will6459 ?May, 2012 Lead O/S
Morgan Woods 18 Jul, 2010 Lead RP Close to onsighting but for not reading it properly...excellent climbing.
with Jason
Close to onsighting but for not reading it properly...excellent climbing.
with Jason
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