Rockfax Description
A hard pitch up the very centre of the face. Start in the centre of the wall below a thin left-trending crack.
Climb up to the crack and follow it with difficulty to an easing where it terminates at the bottom of a quartz-flecked right-leading ramp. Move up the ramp to a peg and climb the fingery wall above past another peg to the top. © Rockfax

Ticklists: West Country Climbs, Ultimate E5 ticklist.

beni 05/Aug/17 Lead
bigie bob 02/Jul/14 Lead O/S
ejected ??/2013 -

feels a lot harder that other E5's at this crag.

Hidden ??/2012 -
Ged Desforges ??/2012 -

The pegs aren't worth wasting a QuickDraw on but there's a cam slot next to the top one. Save small ish cam for up there. Great route. Feels like proper e5 comPared to othe sharpnose e5's. The rockfax line is wrong, goes up sooner past the 2 pegs.

chris j 03/Jul/11 2nd dog

Top peg has a worrying series of cracks showing through the rust and the eye bent rather alarmingly when I stood on it, wouldn't trust it for much more than a bodyweight slump...

with Ben Bradford
Hidden 20/Jul/08 2nd dog
Paul Clarke ??/1998 -
with Nick Dalzell
duncan 16/Aug/97 2nd

Barefoot due to incoming tide.

with Hugo Glover
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