30m. From the block at the left edge of the zawn, climb up the fin and pull up right into a short bottomless chimney under the roof. Struggle out right and follow the obvious groove up through the weakness in the overhangs to finish more easily straight up. A real battle, which packs a lot of effort into a few vertical metres.

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Adam Booth 25/Mar 2nd O/S

Well good! Really unusual style of climbing; strenuous and full body pump but always felt secure, just had to keep on inching upwards.

Ed Booth 25/Mar Lead O/S

Loved this. Really cool move up to reach the overhanging crack/chimney and then a quality thrutch fest with gear by you the whole way. I thought it just about warranted the E5 , despite being pretty safe. it just felt like a sustained outing and slightly bigger lead than you'd expect at e4. Great pitch.

Twid Turner ??/2016 -
Alex Mason 01/May/14 Lead O/S

Not defunct, dangerous or crap in any way. Great, well protected climbing from start to finish. A Gogarth classic!

with George Ullrich
jacobjlloyd 22/Aug/10 2nd β

What an awesomely intimidating line! A hidden gem for anyone that fancies a workout and knows how to jam. Totally safe, with bomber size 2/3 camalots right where they are needed. It took me about an hour to second this, stuck back-and-footing without the beans or the balls to pull back into the steepness. Brilliant!

with Felix
feilx 22/Aug/10 Lead O/S

Jake sent me this quote from the 2009 update of north wales rock after we did this route: "..Arachnid in Flytrap Zawn, Gogarth, which was a good E4, but is now a rather nasty E5.." I wouldn't agree with this; it's not nasty and not e5. To me the route seemed well protect, stunning and pumpy as you like 5c. Get on it.

with Jake
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