18m. No description has been contributed for this climb.

KDhruev 26/Aug/17 Lead O/S
with Katie
trouserburp 16/Apr/16 Lead O/S

Started Isis, strayed onto this (eep!), possibly went back to Isis at top. Put second off trad for life

JenDurden 01/Jun/13 Lead dnf

Missed the line for Isis, and ended up in this instead. I made it to about 3m below the top, then was too pumped to finish. Thanks to Sophie and Phil for throwing a rope down to me so I didn't have to retreat!

Hidden ??/2013 -
UnkArl 06/May/12 Lead O/S

The usual - did this thinking it was ISIS, Rockfax description could do with a little clarification. Gear is a bit sparse in the top section, bit it's a cracking route - really varied climbing and bags of exposure. Matt said he wanted to try something a bit trickier - this was the first E1 he'd been on, on his second day of climbing outdoors.

with Matt
Bonkers Dog 14/May/11 Lead O/S

Thought I was going up Isis (based on Rackfax's description)! Wondered why it felt bloody desperate after the airy traverse! Brilliant experience thought - my first E1

Hidden 15/May/10 Lead O/S
risby 15/May/10 2nd O/S

I did slip a bit and nearly lost my glasses but still clean and my first E1.

Ralphie_coombs ?/May/09 Lead O/S

i thought i was going up isis thinking VS!!!! My arse.

with ed taylor, pete hayes
jamie ward 29/Jun/08 2nd O/S

Climbed the last section thinking it was the finish to Isis. After the step left a reachy move gains small sloping holds bold unprotected climbing leads to top.

with Marcus Harvey
Nigel Coe 16/Apr/90 -
Hidden 16/Apr/90 -
steve taylor ?/Sep/89 Lead
with john the chef
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