The left hand side of the tall wall on the left side of the bay as you walk in, featuring mostly natural placements (only 4 pockets drilled for axe placements). Climb the diagonal seam to a breather in the niche. A drilled pocket above gives access to the upper wall where torques, steinpulls, a dyno and some footless matching lead to a couple of very thin moves rightwards. A cruxy move up with tricky feet gains a pocket and the upper crack, which is followed with interest to the lower-off.

Pete Harrison Jan/2012

JamesWilliams ??/2015 Lead dog

didn't know the grade no wander it was nails!

with Bren
Tom Livingstone 17/Feb/13 Lead RP

1st redders! well psyched! Awesome route that would be nails to onsight but once you know the (crazy) moves it's not too bad. Dynamic and tenuous, requiring total concentration throughout!

iksander 26/Jan/13 Lead dnf

Was sold this as "easier than Ibex", made the second clip first time then retired for the day pumped out of my mind.

Hidden ?/Jan/12 Lead RP
zero six ?/Jan/12 Lead RP

Awesome! Best dry-tooling route I've been on except for Matador.

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