22m. Fantastic climbing up the flake crack on the left side of the arête. Either abseil to the large tidal ledge as for 46, or down the wall to the right to a hanging belay at high tide. Veer right and up slightly to join the crack 3m above its base, and follow it with “sustained interest” throughout.

Tim Rankin & Colin McLean 10/Sep/2003

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
JendeHoxar 23 Aug, 2018 2nd O/S
with Flavio
with Flavio
Flavio 23 Aug, 2018 Lead dog At the end of a long day as a warmdown... you said it was E2 Gary, you ******! Yarded on ab rope, couldn't jump into the sea with the huge amounts of jellyfish! Should have kept the receipt..
At the end of a long day as a warmdown... you said it was E2 Gary, you ******! Yarded on ab rope, couldn't jump into the sea with the huge amounts of jellyfish! Should have kept the receipt..
Andy Moles 24 Jun, 2016 Lead dnf Can't really comment on the grade as I got run out, pumped and scared near the bottom of the crack, and eventually got Ferdia to pay out slack and jumped in the sea! May have just been tired after other routes, but it seemed desperate for E2.
with ferdia
Can't really comment on the grade as I got run out, pumped and scared near the bottom of the crack, and eventually got Ferdia to pay out slack and jumped in the sea! May have just been tired after other routes, but it seemed desperate for E2.
with ferdia
Hidden 16 Aug, 2015 Lead dog
Alex Mason 30 May, 2013 Solo O/S Such tired arms Could've fallen anywhere.
with George Ullrich
Such tired arms Could've fallen anywhere.
with George Ullrich
Laura Hamlet 26 Sep, 2010 2nd dog
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