Interesting climbing diagonally left up the wall to a belay ledge, then tackling the thin crack and loose rib above. The first pitch is the technical crux, the second pitch the adjectival one - described as an E6 onsighter as "possibly the most dangerous HVS in Britain".

ClimberDateStyle
Adam Hill 02/Jul/16 -

Heavy rain on P1 made for an exciting climb. Rock quality on P2 suspect. Fun route.

with Simon
Patrick Moore 04/Jul/15 2nd

From first belay, new route first ascent led by Iain Peters named Quacker's (or Greybeard Finish ) HVS 4b/4c Very little protection

with Iain Peters
Johnny Baker ??/2011 -
Hidden 17/Jul/10 2nd
Barry Kerslake 03/Oct/09 AltLd O/S

Harrowing. Like climbing on a biscuit.

with Luke F
DorsetGareth 13/Jul/08 AltLd O/S

Led second pitch. Poor protection, and friable rock . No evidence of pegs at first belay, although plenty of gear to be placed.

with Marc
Mark Davies PK 24/May/07 AltLd O/S

beware

with Fiend
Hidden ??/2007 2nd
skygodley 13/Jun/04 Lead O/S

Sarah led pitch 1

with SarahM
Hidden 24/Jun/03 2nd
alan moore ??/2000 -

Wild! Won't forget that in a hurry. Scary abseil in. Scary traverse to the Helipad. Fantastic wall climbing. Crux at start. Unprotected moves 100ft up to gain the belay brake. Belay ledge that vibrated when you banged a peg in. Ordinary, solid VS top pitch. E1 5a two stars. Very impressed with Carn Gowla.

colin milton 08/Jun/96 AltLd
with eric milton
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