2m. One of the most obvious bolder problems on the crag, Traverse the large block section on the right hand side of the bay (Right to left). A hard pull at the start(crux) leads to easier but more sustained climbing to gain the arête of Hold your breath. from where you can step off, good fun.

Jack Bradbrook 27/Dec/2008

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RichyBOYY 18/Mar/15 Sent O/S
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Stanners 17/Mar/15 Sent rpt

Pleasant in the sun this eve after driving the fam down to Ladye bay as driving practice.

DaveX 04/Feb/15 Sent rpt
derico 18/Oct/14 Sent O/S
with Tom Jordan
TomJ 18/Oct/14 Sent β
with derico
sheelba 06/Oct/13 Sent
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Tom Brierley Gore 03/Jul/11 Solo rpt

this whole wall is great for making up long circuits on... after you get used to it start eliminating some of the larger pockets for harder climbing. This can be linked with the left block past the arrete (i prefer to start left and go right then start going in circles.)

Stanners 19/Mar/11 Sent O/S

good traverse with tricky starting crux.

Quarryboy 27/Dec/08 Sent β

I first traversed the main block years ago when I just started climbing. But going back I felt that it didn't really have an obvious start or finish. So decided to use the large scoop on the right hand side to give it a harder start and then traverse all the way over to the arête on the far left. Its good fun on positive holds. (The date i've logged it as was when I first started climbing)

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