Rockfax Description
The long, dark, right-angled corner that defines the right-hand side of the back wall is a good, but again condition-dependent climb. Well protected. Start at the base of the corner. Climb the impressive corner and exit up the wall on the right to finish. © Rockfax

Ticklists: West Country Climbs.

stuartf 27/Aug/17 2nd dog

Soaking wet at the bottom, slipped off once. With mid height belay when Alan ran out of gear

manbat 27/Jun/16 Lead G/U

Fell on first go. The bottom was seriously wet. This, and the general intimidation of the setting, made me choose a poor foothold and choice of movement. That, plus the fact that my shoes were covered in greasy crud. Pulled the ropes and started again. Great route! Took a while to figure out several sections, but went fairly steadily.

with Luke Randall
Graham Baxter 27/Jul/14 AltLd O/S
jfletcher 27/Jul/14 2nd
with Graham Baxter
cornishben 20/Jul/14 Lead dog


with Rich Draisey
Hidden 29/Jun/14 Lead O/S
jakenichol 13/Jul/13 Lead O/S

Started on hanging belay 10feet up. Bottom very wet/greasy, even after a week of sunshine and no swell

Marti999 21/Sep/12 2nd O/S
Graham C 21/Sep/12 Lead

Broke a hold in the small roof at the top. 30ft fall, top micro ripped, #1 Camelot held.

with Marti
Hidden ??/2012 Lead O/S
Hidden 04/Jun/11 TR
Different Steve 12/May/10 Lead O/S

Brilliant route, interesting from bottom to top.

with Luis Silva
JerryD ??/2010 -
Nigel Coe 30/May/05 2nd
with Amnon
nickdonohue ?/May/02 Lead

Brilliant unusual climbing - lots of bridging and palming off. One of my favourite ever E1s

with Kath Donohue
Hidden ??/2000 Lead O/S
belay bunny turned bad ??/1999 -
Mark Kemball 22/Apr/81 2nd
with Bill McKee
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