Rockfax Description
The square-cut arete is climbed with difficulty and no gear to ledges at 10m. The Oceanside finish is best, though the awkward hanging groove to its right was the original way if you want to be historically correct.
Chris Addy 1977 © Rockfax

Chris Addy 1977

mark20 23/Jan/16 Sent x
Bloke on a Rope 18/Apr/15 Lead O/S

Boom! Got the on-sight, well chuffed. Also we happened to have our number 6 cam which slotted nicely in the arete just after the crux making it a safer proposition.

with Vic, Matt
Climbster 18/Apr/15 Lead G/U

2nd go, ground up. First time out for my number 6 cam, which protected the crux moves quite nicely :)

with Ian
Climbster 31/Mar/14 Solo dnf

Worked the boulder problem start to the overlap ground up, before rain stopped play.

with Vick, Ian
johnwilson123 ?/May/09 -
with paul
nige ?/Jul/04 Lead
with mark hounslea
Hidden 08/Jul/03 Lead O/S
Roget ??/2003 Solo O/S
ste_d 14/May/94 -
nokishatov 01/Apr/94 2nd β
ste_d 08/Apr/92 Lead dog

1 fall

with mik
Hidden 08/Sep/91 TR
goi.ashmore 30/Apr/90 Lead O/S
with Rich France
Hidden 29/Apr/90 2nd
Dave Musgrove 17/Jun/89 2nd
with Paul Dawson
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