60m, 2 pitches. Beware - peg at belay reported loose August 2017.

On the Somerset side of the Gorge in Arete Quarry (opposite Unknown Buttress). On the left of the Quarry is a tall arete, the climb takes this directly.
P1. Gain the crest of the arete and follow it for 30 meters to a sloping ledge with tree belays.
P2. Behind the belay is a steep corner climb this until a spindly sapling is reached and then traverse left to regain crest of the arete and continue to a short wall and the top,tree belays.

Possibly Mike Harvey circa 1954

PastyBoy84 28/Aug Lead O/S
Hidden 10/May Lead O/S
Poco Loco 10/May 2nd O/S
with Dave B
NickSayers 10/May 2nd
Jim blackford 03/May Lead O/S

a really good route. cant wait to get on it in one pitch

guy xavier percival 24/Apr Solo O/S


with none
Hidden 06/Apr AltLd
Hidden 06/Apr AltLd O/S
Angrypenguin 02/Apr Solo O/S

Damp lower down. Traversed around the tricky move at the belay up the slab to the right.

Stanners 19/Feb Lead O/S

despite an epic with my stupid idea of hauling the bags! … really enjoyed this Leigh Woods classic. It is a bold climb but a brilliant alpine-esque adventure. Had a very memorable picnic at the half way belay. Wanted to do this for a while. (galaxy chocolate cookies were insane)

with Anna Cross
Hidden 03/Aug/14 AltLd
leland stamper 03/Aug/14 AltLd O/S

Possibly the best v. Diff in the Gorge. Could do with some traffic. Ranks with some of the best "expeditions" on the sunny side of the river.

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