Also known as 'Auto Da Fe'.
A cracking route if you're into steep unprotected limestone with no holds. Or toproping! Definately worthy of an ascent if your ropes are in position! If not, take a deep breath, a light rack and don't what ever you do, fall off... Climb the left hand side of the Arkenstone face via very thin face climbing with just enough holds...

henryspurr 23/Jan/16 2nd dog
with Ed Causton
Bcrich01 04/Oct/15 Lead O/S
Mark Davies PK 30/Jan/15 TR β

Only 5b if you are tall. with a wire on the right is a nice E1 5b

with Mr Shunt
Cheese Monkey 16/Oct/14 TR O/S
with Felix
bpmclimb 15/Aug/14 TR rpt
with Shunt
kelliroberts3 11/Nov/12 2nd
Pete Rigby 11/Nov/12 Lead O/S
with Kelli Roberts
bpmclimb 16/Jan/12 TR rpt
with Shunt
Cornish Cream 04/Dec/11 Lead

practised the moves on toprope once through, was a lot scarier on lead...

bpmclimb 23/May/10 Lead β

Insecure and a bit scary!

with Clare
Huntlyfiddler 23/May/10 2nd
Matt Bennett 23/Aug/09 Lead O/S
Hidden 24/Jul/09 Lead O/S
benkelsey 12/Apr/09 2nd O/S
ASchwirtz 11/Aug/07 Lead O/S
BruceW 20/May/06 TR O/S

Tried to lead it but backed off!

with Julian, Jo, Nick
beardy mike ??/2006 TR O/S
with Rich Draisey
KRB 28/Dec/05 Solo O/S

Good bouldery moves

RichS-Bristol 02/Apr/05 -

Tried to lead it under the guise of Auto da Fe, with runners in Disaster Area (unjustifiable at E1 without). Did the hard moves and then came off when a hold pulled off on relatively easy ground. Hit the deck - second pulled off balance and ended up five feet off the floor. A good example of why seconds should belay to something solid!

JamieAyres ?/May/04 TR dog
guy xavier percival 22/Apr/03 Solo O/S
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