2 pitches. Pitch 1 Avoiding the large block which nestles there, climb the rib to a slab below overlaps, then dodge right back into the main groove. Belay on right arĂȘte after a few moves up.
Pitch 2: Continue up the groove. Where it starts to look steeper and less inviting, climb up left on steeper rock to a ledge below a line of overhangs. From the left end of the ledge climb with interest and some difficulty via grooves and a short wall to the top.

Ticklists: Rog Wilko's Neglected Gems in The Lakes.


ClimberDateStyle
john jennings 12/Jul AltLd

Think the new guide gives the first pitch as 4c. I certainly think it should be. Good lead by phil. Second pitch was solid 4b too. No pushover.

with Phil
charliesdad ??/2017 -

The approach, up endless moss, greenery and foliage is worth it; two good pitches. We found an in-situ rope jammed halfway up pitch 2. A sharp knife or cigarette lighter would help tidy up the climb.

with John
gingerking ?/Apr/15 AltLd O/S
with Alan
Hidden ??/2012 -
Simonfarfaraway 07/Aug/09 AltLd
Little B 07/Aug/09 AltLd O/S
with Simon
Hidden 31/May/09 AltLd O/S
Seymore Butt ??/2009 -
Rog Wilko ?/Jun/05 AltLd

This is a good route with some fine climbing.

with Lawrence Jordan
Dave Westby ??/1995 Lead
with Garry Nuttal
Paul Clarke ??/1990 -
Martin Bennett 02/Aug/69 -
with Martin Lancaster
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