40m, 2 pitches. The route provides a harder alternative to Cioch Gully. scramble halfway up the gully until a small subsidiary gully appears n the left. Scramble up this smaller gully to the foot of a short, steep corner above a chockstone. The corner contains two cracks: climb the one on the left awkwardly to the top of the corner (belay). Trend right around a bulge, then follow a rising traverse across a slab to a corner. Continue rightwards around this corner to a second slab, which leads to the terrace.

Dominic Griffiths & Mike Roy 03/Jun/1992

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domgriff ?Jun, 1992 AltLd O/S First Ascent: The route provides a harder alternative to Cioch Gully. scramble halfway up the gully until a small subsidiary gully appears n the left. Scramble up this smaller gully to the foot of a short, steep corner above a chockstone. The corner contains two cracks: climb the one on the left awkwardly to the top of the corner. Trend right around a bulge, then follow a rising traverse across a slab to a corner. Continue rightwards around this corner to a second slab, which leads to the terrace
First Ascent: The route provides a harder alternative to Cioch Gully. scramble halfway up the gully until a small subsidiary gully appears n the left. Scramble up this smaller gully to the foot of a short, steep corner above a chockstone. The corner contains two cracks: climb the one on the left awkwardly to the top of the corner. Trend right around a bulge, then follow a rising traverse across a slab to a corner. Continue rightwards around this corner to a second slab, which leads to the terrace
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