Rockfax Description
Start at the left side of the cutaway and climb to a good hold at the first bolt. Crucial fingery moves gain better holds then easier climbing leads to a ledge. The wall above gives a sustained finale. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
At the left side of the cut out climb to a good hold and the first bolt. A fingery section (crux) gains good holds and easier climbing leads to the big ledge. The wall above provides sustained tech-nical interest to the belay.

Richard Davies 2009

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Logged Ascents

UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Hidden 24 Aug, 2018 Lead RP
emma1987 24 Aug, 2018 TR dog
with lukey13
with lukey13
SMc 14 Apr, 2017 Lead RP 2nd go, fingery crux
with Anne
2nd go, fingery crux
with Anne
malx 3 Jan, 2017 Lead O/S One of the few routes at this crag that probably deserves it's grade
One of the few routes at this crag that probably deserves it's grade
manfred 21 Jan, 2016 Lead β Very Good route, top section has some crumbly loose black rock which added unnecessary excitement with the ledge below
Very Good route, top section has some crumbly loose black rock which added unnecessary excitement with the ledge below
samwillo 21 Jan, 2016 Lead Hardest of the 7b's at the crag?
with Rob Kelly, Tom Fleming, manfred
Hardest of the 7b's at the crag?
with Rob Kelly, Tom Fleming, manfred
keefe 30 Dec, 2015 Lead O/S I thought this was hard - maybe the lack of chalk on it, but a bit fingery and intense.
I thought this was hard - maybe the lack of chalk on it, but a bit fingery and intense.
RD ??, 2011 Lead O/S
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Style of ascent
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