70m, 3 pitches.

Rockfax Description
An ancient classic; an excellent yet daunting prospect. A rockfall at the start makes the first pitch's grade a little uncertain.
1) 4c, 25m. Climb up the groove to the chimney above, and continue to an overhang, move left to belay in a slot cave (possible belay to reduce drag). Climb out and traverse leftwards, to gain the base of a small chimney. Move up to belay.
3) 5b, 20m. Move up to the big roof above, then traverse strenously leftwards until beneath a flared crack. Battle your way up this feature to reach a scoop; trend rightwards to finish. © Rockfax

Ticklists: The Best of Pembroke, The best the UK has to offer for mere mortals (apart from the lakes cos its always wet).

Lenny 18/Sep/16 -
with Mark (Jumper)
arthur_de_briton 17/Sep/16 2nd

First pitch really nice position. Second pitch hard traverse with a mean crux up the flared crack

with Paul black
Tubs 13/Sep/14 AltLd dog

Epic route. Exposed and strenuous. I was found wanting leading the second pitch and nearly had to resort to aid. First pitch 5b following the rockfall.

with Dave M
valecoastclimber 07/Sep/14 AltLd O/S

like a furnace, COOKIN

Hidden 01/Oct/11 AltLd β
duncan 01/Oct/11 AltLd β

Missed out crux crack via Salty Dog. Probably still E3 5c this way.

Adam Long 11/Oct/10 AltLd

Great fun. First pitch very easy, second strenuous...

with Neil 'Nige' Kershaw
duncan 13/Aug/10 Lead dnf
Hidden 13/Aug/10 AltLd dnf
Hidden 30/Aug/03 AltLd
PaulTanton 15/Aug/99 AltLd O/S
with Dave Taylor
keefe 26/Oct/85 -
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