Rockfax Description
9m. The big rounded arete on the block behind the Dancing Bear. Start on the left. A fall from the final moves would be serious and the route hasn't yet attracted much attention from boulderers. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The desperate rounded arete. Start on the left till a move right gains the arete and a very insecure finish. Could be painful. The first E8 at Brimham.

Nick Dixon, (solo). 1990

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smawson 09/Dec/17 Sent x
JamesTurnbull97 06/Dec/17 Sent x

5 pads suddenly feel very small from the top of the arete. What a line. Ground up.

Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 25/Nov/17 Sent x

Glad I bumped into Team Mason/Lawson, otherwise there’s no way I’d have got on this. Needs a very good stack of pads, whereupon it may or may not feel F7B or thereabouts. Last move is one to remember. 5th go, ground-up.

with Sam Lawson, Joe Lawson, Dave Mason, penny.orr
Joe Lawson 25/Nov/17 Sent x

2nd go from the deck, highball 7B, scrittly class!

with Dave Mason, Sam Lawson
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