Do Yew Tree Traverse L to R, then up to the first flat hold on the RH arete. Shake out, downclimb, and reverse the whole thing with the crux move coming almost at the end. After crux go easily up and L to finish standing on the large sloping ledge. Much harder than the original. As with the original, no holds beneath the break.

Jamie Moss Aug/2007

Robin Nichols 08/Sep/17 Sent x
with Jemma
Mike_Hayes 02/Jun/14 -

x 2 with a mins rest. Working on Yew Three

Mike_Hayes 21/May/14 Sent
with John Nightingale
Mike_Hayes 04/Jun/13 Sent
Mike_Hayes 08/May/13 Sent rpt
Mike_Hayes 15/Dec/12 -
Mike_Hayes 11/Sep/12 -

Did with little rest at end on smaller ledge

Mike_Hayes 06/Sep/12 Sent
Mike_Hayes 08/Aug/12 Sent

Probably not 7C - 7B? Depends on how much of a rest you take on the traverse.

Mike_Hayes 02/Aug/12 Sent dnf

One move off. next time.

High 7c
Mid 7c
Low 7c
High 7b+
Mid 7b+
Low 7b+
High 7b
Mid 7b
Low 7b
Style of ascent
Not Set
Not Set