84m, 3 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A once-fine route with a difficult and sustained second pitch.
1) 6b+, 30m. A tricky start passes an overlap, then steeper rock taken on good holds leads to a small stance.
2) 6c, 25m. Climb the ramp then head up the wall (sustained) to tricky moves into a shallow niche. Tough laybacking up a flake system leads to better holds and stance on the right.
3) 6c+, 25m. Step right and follow the bolts with more difficulty to a slab and very substantial tree-belay. © Rockfax

FA. Jorge García Tejada

Hidden ??/2010 -
Dave Warburton 11/Sep/09 AltLd O/S

Tricky slab on first pitch and a very sustained second pitch. Plenty of on-lookers! A hard outing for me, wouldn't have O/S if i'd lead second pitch! Top pitch i did but trended leftwards toward easier ground, because the RF guide says route is 6c but also says top pitch is 6c+?

Franco Cookson OLD ??/2009 AltLd O/S

Would make a bangin' E5 if you chopped the rusty bolts on the crux.

fyfee8a ??/2004 -
Paul Clarke ??/1980 -
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