45m, 2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
This popular route has two contrasting, high quality pitches. The first pitch is an excellent E1 5b in its own right and from the top you can easily walk off to St Govan's.
1) 5b, 20m. Start 5m right of the corner and climb the wall to reach a vague crack. Follow this to a break and traverse right to another crack. A hard move at the top of this gains a short groove which leads to the ledge.
2) 5c, 25m. Climb the leftwards slanting groove behind the stance, to a ledge. Then follow the steep wall and groove above to the top. © Rockfax

FA. I.Parsons 20/Jun/1981

Flavio 07/Aug/17 Lead O/S

P1 only

JendeHoxar 07/Aug/17 2nd
with Flavio
mountain.martin 24/May/16 Lead O/S

1st pitch only. Not easy at E1 but probably not deserving E2 as it I certainly no more than 5b, and the gear is reasonable after the first 5m. Sustained though and no decent rests if you get pumped, as I did.

with Ed
Hidden 23/May/15 AltLd O/S
Ramon Marin 03/Apr/15 Lead O/S

Great route, the highlight of my weekend. Tasty start on pitch 2

with viki harvey
Hidden ??/2014 2nd dog
Hidden 06/May/13 AltLd O/S
Tubs 30/Mar/13 AltLd O/S

Dave led the crux.

with Dave M
Ed morris 18/Aug/12 AltLd O/S

I led pitch one which was hot and greasy. Adam led second pitch and pulled a large block off at the break onto the belay! I jumped right but the block sliced the ropes in a few places. Watch the spike on the second pitch, it is shit.

with Adam Bevan
david morse 30/Aug/11 Lead O/S

p1 only, bit bold for E1. E2 5b

with lole
khawk 27/Aug/11 AltLd O/S
with DT
datoon 27/Aug/11 AltLd O/S
with K
Ian Jones 16/Aug/11 Lead O/S

Well, kinf of 'clean'. Failed to lead pitch 1 which is meant to be E1 5b. It isn't if you are 5'3". Pitch 2 is fine if you like smooth rock scars, loose flake runners, micro nuts that fall out and clarty juggy walls.

with Robert Durran (aka 'Big Bob')
Hidden 14/Aug/11 Lead O/S
Pippa 28/Aug/10 2nd
with Jon
Chad123 24/May/10 AltLd dog

First pitch is bold at start and quite hard for E1 5b (especially when greasy). Top pitch is a bit exciting with a crucial hold/gear placement being a very loose spike, be warned! Top half of pitch is easier but pumpy. Overall would be a classic with cleaner and more solid rock on second pitch...

with Emily
Seymore Butt ??/2010 -
Hidden 08/Aug/09 Lead rpt
belay bunny turned bad 08/Aug/09 2nd β

pitch 1 only.

with loundsy
Hidden ??/2009 -
Tim Steward 29/Sep/08 Lead O/S
with Steve Cayzer
Richard Hession 24/Sep/08 2nd O/S

Just did first pitch at E1 5b then walked off!

with Stu
feilx 12/Jul/08 AltLd O/S
with Andy L
spacey 05/May/08 AltLd O/S
with Clive
Gus 06/May/07 Lead O/S
with Rob Clifton
Hidden 10/Apr/07 Lead rpt
morganator ?/Apr/07 Lead O/S
with Tom Bridgeland
Hidden 10/May/05 Lead O/S
Hidden 30/Apr/05 Lead O/S
Hidden 08/Jul/01 Lead dnf
Billg ??/2000 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2000 2nd
PaulTanton 13/Sep/99 AltLd O/S
with Dave Taylor
chris sm 19/Jun/99 Lead dnf
with Bob Smith
Hidden 06/May/98 AltLd O/S
Si Clapham ??/1998 -
Steve Long ??/1998 Lead
Hidden ?/May/97 Lead O/S
Greg Cunningham ??/1995 Lead
jfletcher 01/May/94 Lead O/S
pete johnson 02/May/93 2nd
with Paul Donnithorne
pete johnson 11/Apr/93 Lead O/S
with Mick Green
Eduardo Martinez 20/May/91 Lead O/S
Dave Musgrove Jnr 31/Mar/91 AltLd
wynaptomos ?/May/90 Lead O/S
Bruce Kerr 15/Apr/90 AltLd
Alan James - UKC and UKH 30/May/89 AltLd
with Tudor Griffiths
andy gittins ??/1987 -
Hidden 05/May/86 2nd
Neil McA 01/Apr/86 2nd O/S
with Andy Perkins
keefe 19/Feb/86 -
Mike Owen 16/Aug/85 Lead O/S
with Ian Carr
Steve Lewis 22/Apr/84 Lead O/S
with Clive Curle
Hidden 08/Apr/83 -
Hidden 20/Jun/81 2nd
Hidden 20/Jun/81 Lead β
High E4
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High E3
Mid E3
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High E2
Mid E2
Low E2
Votes cast 9
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
Votes cast 9
Votes cast 8
Style of ascent
Alt Leads
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Flashed (β)
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