The steep arete line between Time Out and Scut de Scun ai yields a good compression sequence on sidepulls and undercuts. Top out directly over the small capping roof. Originally done with side runners in Time Out.

Steve Ramsden (with siderunners 31/07/10), Dave Warburton (without siderunners) 21/Aug/2010

Ticklists: North York Moors E5s.

James Oakes 27/Apr/15 TR RP
Matthew Ferrier 09/Nov/14 Lead β

Side runners. Just scraped up, missing holds and getting cold fingers. Class.

Dave Warburton 08/Aug/10 Lead G/U

Second go with side runners, which goes at E5. sweet and excellent.

Franco Cookson 08/Aug/10 TR

After Dave got this second go ground-up I had another little sesh. It felt so bomber that I nearly went for the solo, only deteriating conditions on the under-cut put me off. Better to be safe than sorry I suppose.

Ram MkiV 31/Jul/10 Lead RP

with siderunners. Nice bit of climbing. Would be a good and safeish flash proposition now clean. Hard to onsight as crux went via a pretty unobvious (for me at least) solution.

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