3 pitches. Start at the right-hand side of the Wizard's Hat.
1. 5a Follow groove and crack to belay on the top of the Wizard's hat.
2. 5b Move right along ledges to a bolt, mantle up, and move back left to the arete just beneath a roof. Turn the overhang on it's left, stepping around the arete, and climb the face to a ledge and bolt belay.
3. 5c Pull through the small, broken roof above to gain the slab above and easier climbing past a useless peg (small gear beneath) to the top.
Pitch 3 is significantly more serious with the loss of one peg and degradation of another.

Ticklists: Littlejohn South West Climbs, West Country Climbs.


ClimberDateStyle
Hidden 30/Sep/15 2nd
Jackislav 30/Sep/15 Lead O/S

Incredibly overlooked route! Really enjoyable climbing, lead all pitches.. Both pegs gone on top Pitch quite serious now, high end E3 5c id say

Hidden 03/Jul/15 AltLd O/S
Macca_7 27/Jul/11 Lead O/S

Not E2 and not 5c! Hard crux after the belay and pretty scarey as there is no gear and your gonna hurt yourself! Hard balency move to pass the roof took me hours to work it out!

Hidden ??/2010 -
Hidden 09/May/09 AltLd
Marti999 02/Sep/07 Lead

excellent route need to put your E4 head on as a fall on the top pitch will land you on the belay

with Tom Thorp
Mark Kemball 10/Jun/07 AltLd
with Nic Dill
Hidden ??/2005 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2000 -
migs493 21/Jun/99 Lead dog
Hidden 29/May/86 Lead O/S
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