30m. 1.13m 5c Start up the rib of White Edge and then climb the huge corner past two pegs to its top. A committing traverse right follows the horizontal scoop between overhangs and ends on a sloping ledge. Kind leaders will now lean left to clip a high peg to protect their second. A solid bolt and cam belay must be built for a potential factor 2 fall from pitch two.
2. 17m 5c Hard moves off the belay are protected by marginal small wires. The groove above eases at the overhang and easy climbing leads up and right to the tree belay of Sarcophagus.

Pitch 1 Robbie Warke Andy Turner 1987. Pat Littlejohn 1986

Sean Kelly 24/Aug/16 Lead O/S

I continued direct up the buttress from the end of the ramp and suggest a grade of E1.5b A fingery wall! Perhaps I should add that this was done in true pioneering spirit , by just picking a line and climbing it without consulting the guidebook!

with Jamie Trump
Hidden 24/Aug/16 2nd dnf
Brian H 30/Mar/14 AltLd O/S
Hidden 30/Mar/14 AltLd O/S
misterb 08/Apr/12 Lead dnf

strange route.first pitch would be better done on its own finishing up and left of the loose corner as a fun hvs 5b.the traverse right on to the ledge is hard and awkward and not fun for the second.second pitch given 5b in sd and d guide is inaccurate as the moves off the belay ledge are considerably harder with poor untrustworthy gear and a good chance of hitting the ledge and/or your belayer.doing it in one pitch with the first pitch of white edge to get to the ledge would make much more sense and tidy the whole thing up a bit.

with bob
Jack_F ??/2009 Lead O/S
with Max hodges
eddy-on-the-rocks ??/2007 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2000 -
Rich Kirby 31/Mar/91 Lead
with Ian Kirby
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