25m. Central Belt Classic! - Cleaned Summer 2017 and now restored to former glory. Great techy bridging, hard lower down but easing off ever so slightly once the holds are reached. Exit leftwards up the short groove at top (avoids the dirty corner top out). Double small cams useful as the gear is quite specific.

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
dmacmorris 4 Jul Lead O/S Easier than expect!!! Must be a height thing.
Easier than expect!!! Must be a height thing.
Kevin Woods 4 Jul 2nd rpt
Kevin Woods 1 Jul Lead O/S
with Neil Kerr
with Neil Kerr
Gordon Lacey 23 May Lead O/S
with Alan Dow
with Alan Dow
Hidden 12 Jul, 2018 Lead
Hugh Simons 8 Aug, 2017 Lead O/S Good route although a little dirty. Small cams were pretty useless as the crack was wet. Small wires protected the crux moves low down. Run out but easy climbing after that! Topped out direct which was pretty tricky and grotty.
with Pina
Good route although a little dirty. Small cams were pretty useless as the crack was wet. Small wires protected the crux moves low down. Run out but easy climbing after that! Topped out direct which was pretty tricky and grotty.
with Pina
Pina 8 Aug, 2017 2nd O/S
Martin McKenna - UKC 13 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S Good route. It's funny now the trees are goes you notice these lines. Gear low down fiddly especially for the sort. Bold middle section but the climbing is steady.
with Iain
Good route. It's funny now the trees are goes you notice these lines. Gear low down fiddly especially for the sort. Bold middle section but the climbing is steady.
with Iain
KeithAlexander 1 Jul, 2017 2nd β Impressive cool headed lead by Graeme. A tricky technical crux (6a) and a bold (and dirty) upper section. I think the shape of the hill at the top funnels pine needles down the route, so it probably doesn't stay very clean unfortunately.
Impressive cool headed lead by Graeme. A tricky technical crux (6a) and a bold (and dirty) upper section. I think the shape of the hill at the top funnels pine needles down the route, so it probably doesn't stay very clean unfortunately.
GraemeDiack 1 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S Direct finish, rather than stepping out left at the top. Very delicate! Gear a bit spaced for E2.
Direct finish, rather than stepping out left at the top. Very delicate! Gear a bit spaced for E2.
Hidden 22 Jun, 2017 2nd rpt
Neil Adams 22 Jun, 2017 Lead G/U
with Burnsie
with Burnsie
Hidden 4 Jun, 2017 Lead β
Bruce Kerr 31 Jul, 1993 Lead
with geomac
with geomac
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