260m, 8 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The classic of the crag. This is an excellent sustained route. Varied climbing with some jamming required towards the top.
1) 6a, 2) 6a, 3) 6a, 4) 5c, 5) 6a+, 6) 6a+, 7) 6a. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Very sustained climbing - Every pitch from F5c+ to F6a+.

The third pitch may feel intimidating (slightly overhanging for 20m). However, holds are good throughout with the jugs baring resemblance to an indoor gym.

Final two pitches may feel easier with experience of jamming.

Finishes up left from ledge. Finger traverse to right is Legoland (Pitch 7, F6a+)


ClimberDateStyle
JLS 21/Jul AltLd dnf

Rain came a bit earlier than expected. Got to the top of the third pitch by which time both I and the rock were pretty wet - soaked really. Luckily the holds on that pitch are pretty juggy and I was able to get to the stance and rig for abseil retreat. First pitch is long (around 40m) and also quite steep. Rope drag was an issue. I was starting to worry I'd missed a stance but I hadn't. Second pitch although the same grade as the first seemed a lot easier. I was enjoying the steep juggy third pitch until the rain came on.

with Sven J.
Hidden ?/Jul Lead
TheSingularity 14/Sep/16 AltLd dnf
CraigOsborne ?/Sep/16 AltLd O/S

Really nice, particularly the last few pitches. Turned torrential after topping out and had to shelter under an overhang mid decent

roberts1234567890 22/Aug/12 AltLd
with James Hutchinson, Callum Bridger
Hidden 20/Jun/12 AltLd O/S
Hidden ??/2011 AltLd
Voting
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a+
Mid 6a+
Low 6a+
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
Style of ascent
Alt Leads
Lead
Onsighted
DNF
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