40m. P1 6b, 20m. A powerful start, leads to a jug, before, a sequence to another jug. From here move up to a final long reach, or a dynamic move off a 2 finger sidepull, gains big holds, and so, the finish.
P2 6a 15m. (unrepeated?) a tricky start gains a powerul flake that leads to a big ledge, which is gaurded by a lichenous grovelly exit.

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
Hidden 17 Apr Lead RP
Hidden ??, 2018 -
Hidden ??, 2016 -
Twid Turner ??, 2016 -
Ramon Marin 28 Sep, 2015 Lead RP Did it after two topropes. We thought it was barbarossa as we had no guidebook. Certainly it aint E5, more like E6 really.
Did it after two topropes. We thought it was barbarossa as we had no guidebook. Certainly it aint E5, more like E6 really.
Nickc ?Jul, 2015 Lead O/S
James Oswald 29 May, 2014 TR β On top-rope after Strike.
with Nick Duboust
On top-rope after Strike.
with Nick Duboust
NDD 25 May, 2014 2nd
mwatson 18 May, 2014 Lead β spent too long abbing down from strike to claim an on sight but a load of the gear I spotted turned out to be behind dodgy flakes.
spent too long abbing down from strike to claim an on sight but a load of the gear I spotted turned out to be behind dodgy flakes.
Al Evans ??, 2014 -
with Jim Moran
with Jim Moran
Hidden 4 May, 2013 2nd β
Alex Mason 6 Apr, 2013 Lead rpt Seconded George on this in 2010, felt a long way off leading it. Suspect rock and a very long, committing reach (or tricky 6b moves) to finish, with gear in thin flakes makes this at least hard E5 if not E6. Comparable to 'The Long Run' imo.
with Jemma Powell
Seconded George on this in 2010, felt a long way off leading it. Suspect rock and a very long, committing reach (or tricky 6b moves) to finish, with gear in thin flakes makes this at least hard E5 if not E6. Comparable to 'The Long Run' imo.
with Jemma Powell
Sardien 28 Aug, 2012 TR dog
with Andy Scott
with Andy Scott
C coldwell-storry 11 Jun, 2011 Lead O/S must be soft, i dont onsite E6.
with Iron Mike, rob lay
must be soft, i dont onsite E6.
with Iron Mike, rob lay
Hidden ?May, 2011 -
Hidden ?Apr, 2011 -
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing ??, 2011 Lead O/S Since the flake fell off P1 I would consider it to be E6, you would deck coming off the final insecure moves.
with Benno Wagner
Since the flake fell off P1 I would consider it to be E6, you would deck coming off the final insecure moves.
with Benno Wagner
Steve Long ??, 2010 -
Toby Dunn 10 Apr, 2009 Lead O/S
with Tom Randall
with Tom Randall
IOAN D 15 May, 2008 Lead O/S
with Mills
with Mills
tigertiger ??, 2008 -
Al Evans ??, 2008 -
shoulders 3 Aug, 2006 TR
with sharpie
with sharpie
Tom Briggs ??, 2005 Lead O/S
Dave Musgrove Jnr ?May, 2002 Lead O/S comfortable E5, never E6
with Viv
comfortable E5, never E6
with Viv
sadams 1 May, 2000 Lead β
with Tom Briggs
with Tom Briggs
Billg 22 Aug, 1998 Lead β Phil told me about a good hold after the runout which mae me go for it even when pumped. The fall would have been 30 foot onto a wire (the only piece between me and the deck !)
with Phil McAllistair
Phil told me about a good hold after the runout which mae me go for it even when pumped. The fall would have been 30 foot onto a wire (the only piece between me and the deck !)
with Phil McAllistair
Steve Crowe 1 Aug, 1998 Lead O/S Hard E5 soft E6. Bold but steady climbing... if you are tall! (Pitch one only)
with karin
Hard E5 soft E6. Bold but steady climbing... if you are tall! (Pitch one only)
with karin
TCP ?Jul, 1996 Lead O/S Seemed E6 deck out potential from the top - the gear is not that good.
Seemed E6 deck out potential from the top - the gear is not that good.
jfletcher 17 Apr, 1994 Lead O/S
with Nick Wharton
with Nick Wharton
mik1miller ??, 1990 Lead O/S
mark mcgowan01 ??, 1986 Lead O/S
with Nick Dixon
with Nick Dixon
Mike Owen 17 Apr, 1983 2nd O/S
with Andy Pollitt
with Andy Pollitt
dominic lee ?Aug, 1982 Lead O/S
with daniel lee
with daniel lee
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