180m. A Lumpy ridge classic which ascends THE BOOK. Not only does the guidebook imply that this is hard for the grade, local climbers will tell you it has a 'reputation'. Read into that it's seriously sustained. A monstrous 48m chimney struggle on pitch one is followed by a tricky crack which is then follwed by a crux pitch of 53m! (belay well up from the tree if using 50m rope. Another long tricky 5.7 pitch leads to easier climbing and a sensational top out. World class.

ClimberDateStyle
myrddinmuse 19/Jul Lead dnf

What an experience this was. Started up the first pitch chimney thinking 'oh this is quite hard'. Then it turned into an offwidth, and I'd foolishly worn my rucksack full of water and food. An hour later, having torn open my body in several places, sweated my soul out, been thrown a rope on (twice despite my pleas for mercy), I topped out on the first pitch as it started to rain and thunder. The rope hurlers kindly let me rappel down from the storm on their rope (least they could do really). Not sure if it was a terrible experience or an awesome one.

with Andrew Muse
brettmilliken ?/Aug/16 Lead β
dpmUK 29/Mar/14 2nd dnf

Pitches 1-3 before impending darkness forced descent

with Seth W, Carol
Hidden ?/Jul/13 AltLd
jimorothy 17/Oct/10 Lead

Rained briefly on pitch one, but held up long enough to let us pass... what a route. Took a small lead fall on the crux, Wicked Osiris!

with Rachel Crolla
Hidden 21/Sep/03 AltLd O/S
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