109m, 4 pitches. No description has been contributed for this climb.

J. Moran, G.Milburn, A. Evans 1978

Ticklists: Ultimate E4 ticklist.

Steve Long 30/Jul/16 Lead dog

My second go at this route over the last few years. Now the peg has gone as well! First pitch is surely 6a? The second, crux pitch has worrying gear, though thankfully 2 cams help with directional pulls. The crux is very sustained, harder than the classic E5s hereabouts and very strenuous to place good gear off poor footholds.

geoff b 30/Jul/16 2nd dog

Ridiculously hard & you can't see the toe edges on the second pitch because of the lichen (must take a brush next time)! Glad I had a top rope & lots of gear to pull on, on both the main pitches! The top pitch was by contrast a lovely exercise in bridging.

Hidden ??/2016 -
Twid Turner ??/2016 -
morganator 30/Apr/15 AltLd dog

Not in good condition. The first pitch is tricky and pumpy off the deck. The second is hard to protect with initially an easy traverse to an area of loads of dodgy blocks, then back up right into a thin crack with snappy holds and limited gear (that is hard to place and also will pull badly from the side). The top of that pitch as described is impossible now with ridiculous quantities of green lichen- I traversed off into big groove where you pull onto the arete. Not a 2 star route..

with Stan Halstead
Luke Brooks 03/May/12 AltLd O/S
with John Orr
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing ??/2011 -

P2 was more like E5 6b and very VERY fluffy

with Dan McManus
Hidden 11/Jul/10 AltLd dnf
Hidden 26/Apr/09 AltLd O/S
Rich Kirby 26/Apr/09 AltLd

Led 2nd pitch. Worrying.

with Kev
Al Evans ??/2008 -
High E5
Mid E5
Low E5
High E4
Mid E4
Low E4
High E3
Mid E3
Low E3
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High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
Votes cast 6
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Style of ascent
Alt Leads
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