Rockfax Description
A powerful traverse. Follow the faint crack, which leaves the massive flake, on positive holds to big side-pulls and power upwards to a ledge. Work your way down the ledge to the start and do it again for the spectators who didn't spot you the first time. © Rockfax

Daimon Beail 30/Sep/2003

JohnnyMeakin64 18/Sep DWS β
with Rob A, Ness, Nat
Dibster 03/Aug DWS β
with Jjsk8a
islandlynx 21/Oct/16 DWS O/S

I think the topo in the rockfax doesn't show the extent of the traverse left. The traverse is good and the crux is low. Felt hard but I had a cold. Jump from the top

with Amy
Tomas P 05/Oct/15 DWS O/S
with Aelita
wolf.leeb 28/Aug/15 DWS O/S
with lulu
Robheirene 09/Oct/13 DWS O/S
Jon_Warner 20/Sep/11 Solo O/S

The climbing felt easier (6b), but getting off the ledge could potentially be dangerous (S1). A much better start is up the 6a in to this route, if you can cope with being wet.

adi bryant 20/Jun/10 DWS O/S
High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b+
Mid 6b+
Low 6b+
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
Votes cast 3
High S1
Mid S1
Low S1
High S0
Mid S0
Low S0
Votes cast 3
Style of ascent
Flashed (β)