45m. A long and worthwhile expedition. Start up Rob's Crack; then traverse rightwards just above the lip of the overlap all the way to the concretions near the right-hand end of the slab. Make a few moves up the concretions; then use a right-slanting diagonal crack to reach a wide crack in the end of the slab. Climb this easily to the top.

Steve Findlay, Pete Shepard 2006

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Hidden 16 May 2nd O/S
ian d f 16 May Lead rpt
evhall 9 Jun, 2018 Lead O/S
with Sarju
with Sarju
Kayan 1 Aug, 2017 Lead O/S
TGHB 8 Jul, 2017 2nd dog Lovely swing down under the rock
Lovely swing down under the rock
Wendy Watthews 8 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
with TGHB
with TGHB
Hulda 23 Jul, 2016 Lead
with Andrew1
with Andrew1
Andrew1 23 Jul, 2016 2nd
with Hulda
with Hulda
jsmcfarland 20 Jul, 2016 2nd O/S Good route, a little easy to get lost, loose rock around the concretion area so step lightly.
with Will
Good route, a little easy to get lost, loose rock around the concretion area so step lightly.
with Will
WilliamRupp 20 Jul, 2016 Lead O/S
Cheese Monkey 27 May, 2016 2nd O/S Nice
Nice
just one more 27 May, 2016 Lead O/S Good,long route. Felt sketchy due to lack of trad slabs,a bit of a contrast with Barbarian yesterday!
Good,long route. Felt sketchy due to lack of trad slabs,a bit of a contrast with Barbarian yesterday!
markfromstoke 25 Jun, 2014 2nd
with Adrian, ian d f
with Adrian, ian d f
ian d f 25 Jun, 2014 Lead O/S a nice long sustained route that's quite well protected
a nice long sustained route that's quite well protected
mikeyjbs 15 Jul, 2012 2nd
with Roger Hamilton-Smith
with Roger Hamilton-Smith
riddle 15 Jul, 2012 Lead O/S
bpmclimb 13 Aug, 2011 Lead β The idea is to stay just above the lip of the overlap all the way across, although I got a little higher here and there in order to take advantage of gear and holds in horizontal cracks. The original line traversed all the way to a crack in the extreme right-hand end of the slab. However, the lowest part of this crack is very loose, and it's safer to stop the traverse a little earlier, go up a line of concretions a short way; then use a thin diagonal crack to move right to the more solid part of the crack system.
with hms
The idea is to stay just above the lip of the overlap all the way across, although I got a little higher here and there in order to take advantage of gear and holds in horizontal cracks. The original line traversed all the way to a crack in the extreme right-hand end of the slab. However, the lowest part of this crack is very loose, and it's safer to stop the traverse a little earlier, go up a line of concretions a short way; then use a thin diagonal crack to move right to the more solid part of the crack system.
with hms
Hidden 13 Aug, 2011 2nd β
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