40m. A rather serious route which starts up the narrow slab right of First Up. Climb the slab (bold), trending right as you near an overlap. Use a boulder on the right to gain a short groove; then climb the groove and pull over leftwards onto a slab. Boldly climb the slab leftwards to a tree. Finish direct, as for First Up.

M Raine, C Fryer 15/Sep/2002

Paul Baller 15/Apr/15 Lead dnf

Went too far left and managed to shift a pc sized rock. Gave up as far too loose.

plilley 18/Apr/14 2nd O/S
with Roger
riddle 18/Apr/14 Lead O/S

Nice moves through the overlaps, pleasent climbing above.

jamespilgrim 02/Sep/11 2nd O/S

With headtorch in the half dark...

with Mark
MarkRyder 02/Sep/11 Lead O/S


with James P
bpmclimb 06/May/11 Lead β

Yes, E2 5b.

with Helen S
Hidden 06/May/11 2nd β
bpmclimb 04/May/11 TR rpt

Lower slab poorly protected, and 5b. Found an easier way over the lower overlap - now 5b. Upper slab run out but probably only 5a climbing. Overall, E2 5b.

with Shunt
bpmclimb 27/Apr/11 TR β

Line needs changing after rockfall, and route needs upgrading. E2 5b/c, but not sure until I lead it.

with Shunt
ian d f ??/2008 Lead
Matt Tranter 22/Sep/07 Lead O/S
with Mark Ward.
Mark Davies PK 22/Sep/07 2nd O/S

Utter choss and f%cking dangerous - dont go near the thing.

with matt tranter
cornishben ?/Jan/05 2nd O/S
with Mike Raine
MikeC59 22/Aug/03 Lead
High E3
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