15m. Climbs the northern arête of the false stack (left side of the seaward face). Make a hard move from the right to reach the undercut arête. Climb direct to the top - small cams useful.

Neil Morrison and Tim Rankin Aug/2008

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Gordon W 23 Jun Lead O/S Has everything, hard and safe crux, followed by slightly spicy arete. Take your micros.
Has everything, hard and safe crux, followed by slightly spicy arete. Take your micros.
alex goodall 23 Jun 2nd dog Couldn’t quite make the thin traverse. Arête was really nice though. Not sure I had enough skin left for the tiny holds
Couldn’t quite make the thin traverse. Arête was really nice though. Not sure I had enough skin left for the tiny holds
dmacmorris 11 Jul, 2017 Lead G/U Took a ground fall on the bouldery start, as expected my aweful nut placement popped. Jumped back on after Kevs attempted and linked somehow with ease. Cruised slowly but surely to the top. I wouldn't advise this route without small and micro range cams. Definitely worth its 3 stars.
Took a ground fall on the bouldery start, as expected my aweful nut placement popped. Jumped back on after Kevs attempted and linked somehow with ease. Cruised slowly but surely to the top. I wouldn't advise this route without small and micro range cams. Definitely worth its 3 stars.
Kevin Woods 11 Jul, 2017 2nd O/S Brilliant bit of climbing.
Brilliant bit of climbing.
mshorter 1 Jun, 2014 Lead O/S
climbergg 10 Aug, 2012 2nd
with Tim M
with Tim M
Tim M 10 Aug, 2012 Lead O/S
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