250m. The first pitch is a great pitch, around E3 5c, and we've left a nice cord behind to abseil from. After that it got too difficult, so maybe of interest to a stronger team. The line looks really nice.
The obvious left facing crack about 2/3 along the wall going up the gully, ending in a large chock stone. Scramble up the grassy ledges to a good belay at the base of the crack
1. 40m. Follow the crack up the wall with some heavy and awkward moves. Hand jams are the most common hold as edges are rare! Sustained climbing with little relief for the feet and few rests. Pulling over the final chock stone is relatively easy. Good protection on the whole.
2. Three options were attempted. The left corner crack was the easiest but lead to a large pile of very loose boulders. Considered too dangerous to continue. The centre crack led to a large hanging flake which offered the only holds and protection but also sounded hollow and vibrated on knocking. Again, considered too dangerous to continue. The right corner looked solid, but difficulty increased and protection decreased as height was gained. Estimated at least E5, probably more. Too difficult to continue.