13m. Good, bold climbing. Start from the grassy, sloping belay ledge of Four Paw Drive. Climb directly up the slab behind the middle of three saplings, passing a slanting, grassy break and a thinner horizontal one. Climb straight up the steepening wall to cross a rightward diagonal crack, and finish direct.

M J Crocker 04/Sep/2002

dylan.b 03/Apr/17 2nd O/S
with George
George Killaspy 02/Apr/17 Lead O/S
with Dylan
markfromstoke 16/Aug/16 TR
with Adrian, Steve N
Fatclimber 19/Jun/16 TR O/S
with Self Belayed
Swsloper 30/Mar/16 Lead O/S
Hidden 25/Mar/16 TR
ian d f 04/Sep/15 Lead O/S
with Mark
markfromstoke 04/Sep/15 2nd
with Ian
felixizzy 12/Apr/15 TR O/S
with shunt
riddle 12/Jul/14 Lead O/S

As a single pitch

with Tony
Mr-Cowdrey 19/Jun/12 Lead O/S

initially set out to bramble whine, but ended up doing the 'Hardest VS' i've ever done...only to realise i was on this route. Note to self, read guide book descriptions! Brilliant climbing above marginal gear. Perfect.

with Lorcan O'Brien
Huntlyfiddler 27/Apr/11 2nd
bpmclimb 27/Apr/11 Lead rpt

Not quite E2 5b, but top end E1 5a.

with Clare
bpmclimb 25/Apr/11 Lead rpt

The horizontal crack doesn't take any decent gear, which is a bit of a disappointment when you arrive there!

with Paul R
Paul Robertson 25/Apr/11 2nd O/S
with BPM
bpmclimb 16/Apr/11 TR O/S

13m. Good climbing, pity it's not longer.

with Shunt
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