Take the main central crackline of the face, moving into the right of the two cracks near the top. From the ledge, continue to the summit for the full experience.
(Cleaned and reclimbed December ’05)

Ticklists: Culm Coast Dagger Attack.

timdi 26/Nov/16 Lead

Needs a clean. Gear difficult to place sure to samphire. Climbing steady away

with Ang the redonculous
Jelly Mould Surfer 23/Nov/14 2nd

Needs a good clean, the Samphire was being mashed to a fine paste making the foot hold super slippy for the crux.

Macca_7 02/Jul/14 Lead rpt

Glad to see I didn't find it any easier than last time! Tricky but well worth it!

with Jim Newington
dmannion ?/Jul/14 Lead dog

Fall taken right before the top, with gear rip....good fun

Tom Seccombe 20/Mar/13 Lead O/S

Good route, little bit green, but didn't affect the climbing too much.

with Harvey
Hidden 29/Sep/10 2nd
Mike W 29/Sep/10 Lead O/S
Hidden 02/Jun/10 Lead O/S
Hidden 02/Jun/10 Lead O/S
Matt Vigg ??/2008 -
Macca_7 07/Sep/06 Lead O/S

Found it bloody hard at the grade

with Oli Raymond-Barker
prawn ?/Jul/06 2nd
with Graham
Hidden ?/Jul/06 Lead O/S
Mark Kemball 04/Mar/06 2nd
with Stu Bradbury
Mark Kemball 28/Dec/05 Lead

Had cleaned the route a couple of weeks ago, was suprised that the protection was so plentiful, thought the grade was more like E1 5b.

with Matt Vigg, Lee Bartrop
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