Start as per Inner Space and start at the back of the cave climbing the damp, but well protected and heavily featured wall moving diagonally for the roof. Rather than follow Inner Space all the way to the top, from the penultimate large bay, swing right on moderate holds on to the face of the cleft at about half height and bridge yourself into position. Follow a faint fault line using the opposite wall to bridge, continue until the line starts to dip diagonally downwards with sparse but acceptable gear. When almost at the end, make tricky and committing moves down to a good ledge. From here, cross over Deep Space and keep traversing rightwards for several metres until at the edge of the wall. Climb the wall as direct as possible with increasing difficulty, taking great care on the last five or so metres as the rock is loose and gear isn't great. A real adrenaline line where care is needed to protect the second. I recommend that the belay is made from the block at the end of the small arĂȘte/peninsula rather than the blocks above Deep Space as ropes can get caught very easily in the chock stone.

Blake Williams, Andrew Gee 17/Apr/2017

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emdawes 2 Jul AltLd O/S Harry went wrong trying to do inner space, so kindly lead me to the bottom of a terrifying E2 choss pitch with no idea if it was even a route. Still pretty awesome with a good faff to ascent time ratio.
Harry went wrong trying to do inner space, so kindly lead me to the bottom of a terrifying E2 choss pitch with no idea if it was even a route. Still pretty awesome with a good faff to ascent time ratio.
Andrew171 17 Apr, 2017 2nd
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with Blake
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