35m. A worthwhile climb with two distinct cruxes. Climb the corner crack (strenuous)with good wires, Step left onto easier ground (belay possible here if your second is likely to struggle with the initial crack) and go direct to the large horizontal break. Step up and right onto a large brambly platform and move immediately back left onto the smooth face where a tricky sequence on small but positive pockets leads to easier ground and a tree belay.

alice fuller 08/May/16 AltLd O/S

Lead pitch 1.Hard moves for a bit, but good gear.Agree with richardr ,would have been better to do in one pitch.. hard to find gear for there in the end

Brian H 08/May/16 AltLd rpt

Top pitch is a bit bolder but first is more strenuous.

with Alice
LDJ 18/Mar/16 Lead
with Lou
francois 19/Sep/12 Lead

One pitch, bold headwall

with Ben
Ben1983 22/Dec/09 Lead O/S

second pitch only.

Hidden 20/Dec/09 AltLd O/S
Hidden 30/Aug/09 Lead rpt
Hidden 05/Apr/09 2nd O/S
Hidden 04/Apr/09 AltLd O/S
climber sim ??/2009 -
Justin T 23/Aug/08 Lead rpt
with Wifey
Hidden 23/Aug/08 2nd O/S
Justin T 06/Jun/08 AltLd O/S


with Rich
richardr ?/Jun/08 AltLd O/S

Probably best done in one pitch

Steerpike 14/May/08 Lead β
with Bruce
sharmawho? ??/2008 TR RP
with shunted
eddy-on-the-rocks ??/2007 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Jun/03 AltLd O/S
Hidden ??/2000 -
Hidden ?/Sep/97 Lead G/U
Hidden 09/Feb/86 Lead O/S
Steve Bell ??/1979 -
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