Rockfax Description
The actual arete of the block gives an escapable pitch. Pull over a roof to gain a crack on the right-hand side. Climb this then continue up the arete above to the top. © Rockfax

FA. A.Pollitt 21/Sep/1981

ian bryant 17/Jun/17 Lead O/S
clipskipper 25/Jul/15 Lead β

Improbable traverse back onto the arete, but after that not too bad.

NuclearNev ??/2015 -
Stephen Horne - Rockfax ??/2014 Lead O/S
VPJB ?/Jun/13 -
Hidden ??/2012 -
Hidden ??/2011 -
Hidden 09/Sep/10 2nd β
jacobjacob 09/Sep/10 Lead O/S

absolutely terrifying, first decent bit of gear was a thread about 40 foot up.

Graham Iles 13/Aug/10 Lead
with Neil Stabbs
Hidden 28/Mar/09 Lead O/S
Alex Mason 03/Apr/08 Lead O/S

With no guidebook lead first half in mistake for 'army dreamers' and moved into crack at half height

with Stu heald
PaulTclimbing ??/2002 -
with Johnjames, Trelewis gang, Neville, Adrian, Neil, Howell graham
jfletcher 14/Aug/94 Lead O/S
Paul Clarke ??/1990 -
Hidden ??/1990 -
KRB 24/May/87 Lead O/S
with Neil Gregory
John Marsland 20/Apr/87 Lead

Stepped into Front Line for a rest

with Dave Mould
Hidden 17/Apr/87 2nd
Mike Owen 24/Aug/85 Lead O/S
with Elaine Owen
Hidden 20/Dec/81 Lead
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