35m, 2 pitches. P1 of Takahe.
20m. From the belay head out left on fragile edges to the obvious flake. Follow this to better holds and a breather. Peg overhead. Traverse right for 3m arrange protection then blast up the thin crack to a wild finale. Phew!

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Hidden 22 May Lead O/S
Adam Booth 21 May 2nd O/S
Dan Hale 21 May Lead O/S Saw Ed on it briefly and it was well chalked, although didn't have any specific beta. Very obvious moves but quite physical. Great route, not E6, but warrants E5 as it's fairly consequential with snappy rock in places and the potential for a big diagonal fall from the hard moves at the top.
Saw Ed on it briefly and it was well chalked, although didn't have any specific beta. Very obvious moves but quite physical. Great route, not E6, but warrants E5 as it's fairly consequential with snappy rock in places and the potential for a big diagonal fall from the hard moves at the top.
Ed Booth 21 May Lead β Had watched Ramon do this so knew what was coming. Good route. Some suspect rock. Peg seems reasonable. Looks stainless
Had watched Ramon do this so knew what was coming. Good route. Some suspect rock. Peg seems reasonable. Looks stainless
JendeHoxar 19 May 2nd
with Flavio
with Flavio
Flavio 19 May Lead O/S Unless the route has changed, Mason must have climbed this with no chalk, in the rain, one handed whilst hungover to agree with E6 - not recommended. I didn't and found it straightforward, low E5.0--, maybe! very good but very snappy rock!
Unless the route has changed, Mason must have climbed this with no chalk, in the rain, one handed whilst hungover to agree with E6 - not recommended. I didn't and found it straightforward, low E5.0--, maybe! very good but very snappy rock!
Richard Kendrick 5 May 2nd
Ramon Marin 4 May Lead O/S Really good underrated route, I thought it was as good as big boys. The line is more obvious than initially thought. The peg is in good nic (as in may 2019) and you can fiddle a couple of good RPs after as well. It certainly didn’t feel E6, by any stretch of the imagination. Maybe soft E5 6a... P.S. Glad I got on it as I envisaged it would inspire a barrage of ascents and take this route out of obscurity into the light.
Really good underrated route, I thought it was as good as big boys. The line is more obvious than initially thought. The peg is in good nic (as in may 2019) and you can fiddle a couple of good RPs after as well. It certainly didn’t feel E6, by any stretch of the imagination. Maybe soft E5 6a... P.S. Glad I got on it as I envisaged it would inspire a barrage of ascents and take this route out of obscurity into the light.
Alex Mason 16 Mar, 2016 Lead O/S A little gem of a pitch. Scary start then strenuous and scary to finish. There is a good wire but the rock is dubious... Buzzing as I topped out. E6.1 F7a
A little gem of a pitch. Scary start then strenuous and scary to finish. There is a good wire but the rock is dubious... Buzzing as I topped out. E6.1 F7a
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