36m, 2 pitches. Start. As for the Brothers. Scramble up easily rightward to belay below the arete of Emily Street.
P1 Up the slabby corner and a short wall to gain and struggle through the obvious bottomless chimney.
The bottomless chimney can be avoided by climbing the wide flake crack on the right. 4c/5a? (FA 30.7.2012 Mike Lewis, Kevin Davies)
P2 From the right hand side of the ledge/block pull up right onto the wall. Continue up past an oak sapling onto a small ledge. Pull across rightward and boldly using an obvious undercut spike gain the corner forming the left hand side of the large overhang. This leads steeply to a large ledge and belay.
*The photo diagram in the Tremadog guide incorrectly shows pitch 1 pulling out left onto the Emily Street arete instead of climbing the bottomless chimney.
Cleaned and re-climbed Oct 2012.

Ticklists: Stared Tremadog E1's.

rachelpearce01 01/Jun/17 2nd O/S
George_Surf 01/Jun/17 Lead O/S

With Rachel and Stephen. Pitch one extremely overgrown and brambly. The chimney is awkward and it must be at least 4c. Surprised I didn't fall off. Pitch 2 better, clean climbing up the wall and in to the corner crack. Pretty safe and never hard with cams in the roof. Would suggest coming in from the brothers then it would be alright

Andrew Sloan 13/Mar/16 Lead dnf

Backed off very early as covered in brambles. Needs some major gardening.

Hidden 11/Oct/15 TR O/S
Pete_Frost 11/Oct/15 AltLd O/S

Scott scrambled round to the right of Brothers and belayed at the foot of the black slab below the bottomless chimney - which is still full of brambles. I led off up the slab and into the right hand chimney next to the oak tree. This soon became the slab that borders the belay of Brothers. The climbing above would be very pleasant and about HVS 5a if it were cleaned-up a bit. The rock is excellent and there are some nice moves.

with Scott G
Dale ?/Jul/15 Lead O/S

My last stared route at Bwlch y Moch and worth it. The trees in the route are a little annoying though cud do with being cut down. Also the first pitch is no way a scramble going up the chimney looks horrible it is full of brambles. A better variation goes round to the right and up the flake a much cleaner line about hard 4c easy 5a and that's only the first pitch. The second pitch is described fine fun 5b climbing. We did the route in one pitch from the top of the scramble slab which I would highly recommend.

with john
harold walmsley 21/Mar/15 Lead O/S

Dirty looking line and, aesthetically, more cleaning would help but apart from the moves past a small tree on a ledge the holds eventually used were pretty clean. Interesting climbing. Not clearly described in the new guide but think I did it right.

with Mark Hounslea
pete johnson ?/Mar/15 -
with monsieur hibbert, Dai Lampard
kev davies 30/Jul/12 -

this superb route is now clean, and gives surprisingly steep exposed climbing up the top corner line

james.slater 19/Nov/11 AltLd O/S

This route is a bit of a muddle, the first pitch is overgrown and crap ther second pitch was elusive and couldnt get into the top corner, finished direct which still went at about E1 5b, not in guide book though?

with Raif, Adam Bloch
ad111 19/Nov/11 AltLd
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