Once a F7a (E4 6b old money) sport climb, the bolts have been removed and it has now been reclimbed as a trad route. The route remains the same technically, but adds an extra two E-points. Shorn Cliff's hardest route.

Hidden 09/Jul/14 Lead RP
richiebongo 02/Jul/14 Lead dog

Tried it ground up after an all too brief abseil inspection. The flake before the crux takes a few micros but are hard to place. I then top-roped it hoping to headpoint it but again had problems placing and trusting the micro wires. Will be back.

with Jon Didymus
i_a_coops 13/Nov/10 Lead O/S

r.e. the above comment - the 20 foot runout above a sideways micro wire felt very like trad to me! I assumed traversing onto Lundy Calling and clipping the thread was not on.

with Beth
steve_yo ?/Jul/10 Lead dnf

roasting hot day, consequently, fell from the (upper) peg.... survived, just

DrGav 28/Apr/07 TR dog

Found it pretty hard to read the moves.

with Adam
David Martin 28/Apr/07 TR dog

Crux about halfway up felt like murder. Would have been a gibbering wreck on lead, but not sure how this qualifies as trad since there is plentiful insitu gear.

with DrGav
pezzerrr 01/Apr/07 Lead O/S

back when it had bolts.

Hidden 16/Aug/03 Lead O/S
simon kimber ??/2003 Lead RP

when it was a 7a sport climb

Roget 11/Sep/99 Lead

with bolts

Hidden 11/Sep/99 Lead O/S
John Southworth ?/Aug/99 Lead O/S
guy xavier percival 12/Jun/98 Lead O/S

climbed with the bolts when it was E4

with rod
goi.ashmore 14/Aug/95 Lead O/S
with Dee Herbert
strapless ?/Jul/92 Lead
with Ju
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