350m, 11 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A climb that promises more than it delivers - though it does have plenty of good climbing along the way too! The approach involves traversing below the Two Faces Face. The last couple of pitches are the best and the descent is 'arduous' involving a muddy, midgy gully and a couple of abseils off wobbly trees. The first pitch is N5+, then the routes gradually eases. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
A fine looking climb that weaves up the buttress that rises from the waterline. The
approach involves a short abseil from the foot of the Two Faces Face.


ClimberDateStyle
RAK 27/Jun/14 Lead

Good climbing but interspersed with big ledges, hence not worth 3 stars. Descent down gully included 2 abseils from trees.

with Lauri
Hidden 22/Jul/12 AltLd O/S
Hidden 04/Jul/12 AltLd
Leelogs 04/Jul/12 AltLd
victim of mathematics 04/Jul/12 AltLd O/S

Led P2, 5, 8+11Not really a 3 star outing. Worth 2 stars for the fact that it climbs a great bit of rock, and some of the climbing is great, but there are several pitches of moss. The amazing flake on P9 is brilliant, but also very temporary-feeling. The descent is massively undersold in the guide. A never-ending loose, mosquito-filled, muddy gully enlivened by occasional abseils from wobbly trees. A good day out!

Hidden 19/Jun/12 AltLd
Hidden 19/Jun/12 AltLd
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