32m.

Rockfax Description
A sadly neglected line through the left edge of the bulges that cross the wall. Follow the groove trending right to the bulges then step left and climb steeply into a groove which leads rightwards again up to the top. The vegetation is winning. © Rockfax

FA. Steve Read, B.Jackson (aid) 1960

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
steveb2006 29 Aug, 2018 Lead Good to do it clean this time - its actually a decent route with good gear below the peg and a fingery crux and a good natural (if not direct) line
Good to do it clean this time - its actually a decent route with good gear below the peg and a fingery crux and a good natural (if not direct) line
Brannock 8 Jul, 2018 Lead O/S More like e1 it gets in the BMC guide, mainly for the poor rock.
More like e1 it gets in the BMC guide, mainly for the poor rock.
Wayne S 8 Jul, 2018 2nd
gazfellows 27 Jun, 2018 Lead Absolute dog shit! No other way to describe it !!
with Brad
Absolute dog shit! No other way to describe it !!
with Brad
steveb2006 7 May, 2018 Lead dog One of those obscure Willersley HVSs Ive not got round to doing. Not a bad line but the crux feels tough. After pulling off some ivy manage to get some gear and even a poor hand jam below the peg which isnt great - but did hold my weight when I rested on it. Val finds it all ok. One to come back to.
One of those obscure Willersley HVSs Ive not got round to doing. Not a bad line but the crux feels tough. After pulling off some ivy manage to get some gear and even a poor hand jam below the peg which isnt great - but did hold my weight when I rested on it. Val finds it all ok. One to come back to.
Luke90 17 Jul, 2015 Lead O/S Currently rather dirty with cobwebs and dry earth but definitely climbable. There is, as the description says, some vegetation around but it doesn't really get in the way. The loose rock is mostly confined to the easy upper reaches. You have to be careful but it's easy enough to protect yourself in the loosest sections. Not a classic route and the interest is rather confined to a short crux section where you move left but it's worth doing.
Currently rather dirty with cobwebs and dry earth but definitely climbable. There is, as the description says, some vegetation around but it doesn't really get in the way. The loose rock is mostly confined to the easy upper reaches. You have to be careful but it's easy enough to protect yourself in the loosest sections. Not a classic route and the interest is rather confined to a short crux section where you move left but it's worth doing.
Jim Slater 27 May, 2012 2nd O/S
Pete Wimbush 27 May, 2012 Lead O/S
with Jim Slater
with Jim Slater
holters 22 Sep, 2010 Lead
PaulW ?May, 2010 - Has not been climbed in ages. Fine up to the steep wall on the left. The crack above this is full of mud and ivy with no decent gear of any note before the peg. Lots of loose stuff pushed off by the ivy. Peg looks OK but I didn't bother to try and climb up to find out
Has not been climbed in ages. Fine up to the steep wall on the left. The crack above this is full of mud and ivy with no decent gear of any note before the peg. Lots of loose stuff pushed off by the ivy. Peg looks OK but I didn't bother to try and climb up to find out
cem 5 Aug, 2006 Lead O/S Very dusty
with Sally Dipple
Very dusty
with Sally Dipple
Andy Nicholson ?Jul, 1978 Lead O/S
Hidden ?Jun, 1976 Lead
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