15m. A good route worth doing it has gritstone like texture and appearance and is on “The Buttress with No Name”. Climb the thin bolder problem up the almost blank face for 5 meters to an obvious seam (gear). Once there climb up the obvious arête to the top. The thread is tricky to find and not as secure as the name might suggest.

bpmclimb 21/May/17 Lead rpt
with Clare
Huntlyfiddler 21/May/17 2nd O/S
GridNorth 11/Jul/15 Lead

Greasy start, loose dangerous finish. People who think this is a good climb really should get out more.

with Steve Philips
sara n 05/May/15 Lead
with Carl Bauer, Paul Wolf
Hidden 05/May/15 2nd
Echna 12/Apr/15 2nd O/S
with Rich
Hidden 12/Apr/15 Lead
TwofoZeus ??/2015 Lead O/S
rich H0001 ??/2015 Lead
Hidden 10/Sep/14 Lead O/S
alaster tonge 02/Aug/14 Lead O/S
with Assad Lahlou
fatbuoybazza 10/Aug/13 Lead O/S
Ian JL 09/Sep/12 Lead O/S
PaulWatson 01/Jul/12 2nd O/S

Difficult to grade. bottom hard, top easy.

with Adrian
adebid 01/Jul/12 Lead O/S
Kylie 10/Mar/12 2nd O/S

Very enjoyable, first few moves are nicely tricky then nothing too hard after that. Very nice.

pffft 10/Mar/12 TR O/S
mullermn 10/Mar/12 Lead O/S

Few good moves to start to reach the very dirty break, then a very pleasant but much easier route to the top. Spotter advisable as if you pop off backwards you'll be half way to the footpath before you stop.

Quarryboy 10/Oct/09 Lead O/S

Awesome route the start is verry thin and gritstone like (the thread is rubbish)

with Mark Davies, Dave Elder
Mark Davies PK 10/Oct/09 2nd O/S

The thread on the starting wall wouldn't hold a flea- so a poorly named route and probably worth HVS. Climb the arete on its left side

with Jack
bpmclimb 04/Oct/09 Lead O/S
with Helen
Dax 21/Mar/09 Lead O/S

Interesting start but too easy, too quickly once the arete is reached.

Start is a nice bouldery sequence along side a bit of pro that may or may not just explode if used in anger. Two cams into the dusty(!) first break and then up onto very easy ground. Unfortunately 2/3rds of the way up (just as you leave the arete) a massive block (4ft high) has slipped down about a foot or so recently and a large wheel sized flying saucer of rock is just resting against it. I'd go as far as saying don't climb this route becuase these rocks are going to go big style.

with RhysP
AbstractLogic 29/Nov/08 TR O/S
Oddjob 29/Nov/08 Lead O/S

Has a very large loose block above the arete. Care needed.

Mark Salter 28/Apr/07 2nd
with Chris Shorrock
Paul Robertson 06/Aug/06 Lead O/S
with Ben Friedland
Hidden 08/May/05 2nd
mikej 01/May/00 TR
with Bob Hassall, Nick Salmon
alan moore ??/2000 -
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