Two contrasting pitches with a good climax. E1 if the first pitch only is climbed. Start as for Leviathan.
1) 5c. Start as for Leviathan. Move right, onto the arête, and follow this, passing overlaps (crux), to a reach a good ledge, and a tree belay.
2) 5b/c. Climb up, and rightwards, until above Central Groove’s corner. Take the hanging wall direct, on large holds, to a crack. Climb the crack to the top. Brutal, but there is some protection.

FA. P O’Sullivan 1979

LDJ 06/Nov/16 Lead

Committing 1st pitch crux followed by exciting top out

with Lou
alice fuller ?/Aug/16 AltLd O/S

Pete lead the 1st pitch,which is hard to read and great movement . I did the easier 2nd pitch, lots of good gear, then not as easy as it looks.. tis not a jug romp,Pleased to still have a trad mojo:)

G Weatherley 19/Mar/16 2nd
with Ed Walker
hornbywill ??/2016 Lead O/S
rocket ron 31/Jul/14 TR
with Paul gilbery
Jordon Fleming 02/May/13 Lead O/S

just P1 but a Prity cool route. Defiantly should get a bit more traffic, was a little bit harder than other e1s at the crag. reason of this is because the crux is committing, I found.

Philippa Arding 04/May/10 2nd
nick arding 04/May/10 Lead
Luke d 15/Nov/09 Lead O/S
Luke Dawson 15/Nov/09 2nd O/S
Popkids 15/Jul/09 2nd O/S
with Kafoozalem
Steerpike 20/Jun/09 Lead RP
with Bish
Steerpike 31/May/09 2nd RP

Couldn't finish the lead. Tom did Leviathen and I did EA on second. Realised I'd been missing a vital foothold. Hold blindness strikes again.

with Tommo
camelsurfer ?/Jun/08 AltLd
rockferret ??/2008 2nd dog
with Pete
Rob Pitt ??/2003 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2003 Lead O/S
Hidden 01/May/85 Lead rpt
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