40m. An exceptional route in a wild position, with some suspect rock in the lower half.

From a bolt belay 15m right(facing out) of the BB at the top of Appian Way a 35m abseil will get you to a small corner/cave and BB (there are bolts in Trade Winds that you can use to keep the rope in to reach the belay (steep crag!)).

Climb rightward across a hanging garden towards a good thread, then continue towards the arete and another thread (poor in-situ), steep moves upward lead to a bolt (poor). Continue up the wall above first trending left then back right till you reach a vague groove. Climb this passing three threads (poor in-situ, first can be threaded easily with a sling) until the angle eases. Above you will find steep grass and rock, ascend this carefully until you reach a belay

D Lyon, D Summerfield 03/Aug/1986

Ticklists: North Wales Rock Graded List, Ultimate E4 ticklist.

ned_85 11/Aug/14 2nd dog
Tom Livingstone 11/Aug/14 Lead O/S
with Ned Davies, Harry McGhie
Rich Kirby 21/Jul/14 Lead O/S


with Tim Neil
The old James turnbull 28/Jul/13 2nd O/S
with mike
willoates 28/Jul/13 Lead O/S

Another amazing pitch... Pretty wild for the orme

with Will Sim
LRob ??/2012 Lead
Hidden ??/2011 -
Hidden ??/2011 -
dan gibson 18/Aug/10 Lead O/S

not totally sure what line we climbed, it was good though.

with blair fyffe
Hidden 08/Aug/09 Lead O/S
Steve Crowe 08/Aug/98 2nd
with KM
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