2 pitches. The obvious hanging arête. A tricky V5 boulder problem start gives access to the easy blocky climbing above. The tall, or those with stacked mats, can reach in from the bank. Two alternative starts exist: (1) with a slappy jump from the pointy boulder down in front of the sit-start project; (2) straight from the bank (and a pad) for the jug, best hope you have grasshopper genes.

Jonny Woodward 1980

PeteWilson 29/Jul/15 Sent

cool problem, quite hard couple of moves! :p

with Andrew Graham
northy1983 19/Jul/15 Solo G/U

Done it a million times before,so thought it was time it went on here. About v4/5

Col Allott 17/Apr/11 Sent

Thought it was over after the large jug. How wrong i was!

peterbull 13/Jun/10 Solo
Ebarnes ??/2010 -
JM 07/Nov/09 Sent
Souljah 21/Sep/08 Solo

Big move off slopers followed by a finger lock and its all over. Sit start would be V-nice

with Phill
Hidden ??/2008 -
Jon Read 10/Jul/07 Solo

With lower start.

with Debs
Mike W 29/Jun/07 Solo RP
Jon Read 22/May/07 Solo
Gus 27/Aug/01 Solo β

how this got E5 7a I don't know. It was good folklore stuff though!!

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