20m. A good value route with sharp, smart climbing up the seams in the central wall. Warm into it by bouldering up then left onto the ledge, then technical moves left of the seam lead to a decent finger rail. Move right and up more easily to finish. Peenuts/Offsets useful.

ClimberDateStyle
Hidden 23/May/15 Lead O/S
sparkass 30/Sep/13 Lead O/S

Stopped at this crag on our way home to great disappointment. Did this route thinking it was E3, glad it turned out to be E4 and I'm not loosing it. Lots to say about this route: a poor line, sharp holds, fiddly gear, an ankle breaking ledge just before the crux but surprisingly good. Top out is to die for.

Wicamoi 11/Mar/12 Lead O/S

My first E4 (and hard won)! No gear to the ledge, then spent a long time (sorry Matt) placing gear and inspecting the implausible moves above. After lots of ups and downs I chose my best strategy and went for it. Made it ok, but soon found myself some way above gear, scared and sweary, and desperately trying to place gear solely for immediate survival rather than as necessary step to ultimate success. Much leg shake. Managed to pull myself together and push on up the final crack. Nauseatingly pleased with myself!

with Matt
Hidden 11/Mar/12 2nd
Hidden 30/Apr/11 2nd O/S
Lasma 22/Apr/11 2nd O/S

Razorblades!

with Dr Toph
Dr Toph 22/Apr/11 Lead O/S

Only a couple of hard moves, but shit they're sharp!

with Lasma
French Erick 15/Aug/04 2nd
Hidden ?/Jun/94 Lead O/S
Bruce Kerr 16/Apr/84 2nd
with Rab Young
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