18m. Reasonably protected, but with a tricky crux section, and some of the rock is not above suspicion. Start 3m left of the tree of Bifur and climb the shallow, left leaning groove; then go straight up more easily, and as you near the top trend right to finish as for Bifur.

B Mullan, H Seaborne 13/Mar/2012

Hidden 09/Nov/17 Lead O/S
Kevin Woods 16/Mar/16 2nd O/S
dmacmorris 16/Mar/16 Lead O/S
cpoad 17/Jun/13 Lead O/S
with John S
Hidden 08/Dec/12 2nd
pheotleyr 08/Dec/12 Lead O/S

thought the crux should be solved by getting your foot up high onto what to me seemed to be the obvious hold. that hold didn't hold my weight though - had to find a different solution afterwards. quite a lot of good gear, only the looseness possibly warrants soft HVS - with a couple more ascents to clean this up I think it should become a solid VS 4c. quite a nice climb.

with Mike
bpmclimb 15/May/12 Lead rpt

On reflection, the crux takes a little working out, and some loose blocks remain, particularly on the left just above the crux. HVS 4c probably tells the story better.

with Alan
wurzelinzummerset 15/May/12 2nd

Some loose bits. The moves into and up the groove aren't as hard as they first appear.

with Brian
bpmclimb 13/Mar/12 Lead β

Removed some large blocks from the rib on the left of the groove; those that remain are more solidly attached but still resonate.

with Helen S
Hidden 13/Mar/12 2nd β
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