12m. A direct line up the dark rock a metre or two left of Mells Wall. Make thin moves onto the wall and gain a good fingerlock in a pocket up left; then make a hard, reachy move up right to a good edge. Move up easier ground and merge with the prominent, right-rising crack. Make a long move (or dyno) up right to good flake holds just left of the peg on Mells Wall (this can be clipped as a side runner). Finish up a short, shallow groove.

B Mullan, C Lindley 15/May/2013

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bpmclimb 18 Apr, 2014 TR RP
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bpmclimb 15 May, 2013 Lead RP First lead ascent (after top rope practice). Not sure about the grade. We initially thought about the same as Mells Wall, but now with some familiarity the moves feel 6a maximum. Perhaps E4 because it's hard to read onsight, but on the other hand it's pretty well protected, so maybe E3 6a.
First lead ascent (after top rope practice). Not sure about the grade. We initially thought about the same as Mells Wall, but now with some familiarity the moves feel 6a maximum. Perhaps E4 because it's hard to read onsight, but on the other hand it's pretty well protected, so maybe E3 6a.
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