17m. The right hand line of bolts. A tricky boulder problem leads to some sustained fingery climbing to reach the 2/3rds break and a good shake out. Climb the steep headwall above via big moves on good holds, starting on the right and moving left across the break via a big span to make a final couple of big moves straight up to finish.

Ed Booth 08/May/2019

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eisenmann.m 2 Jun Lead RP On my 4th go in the 1st session. Enjoyable endurance route which is definitely worth a visit!
On my 4th go in the 1st session. Enjoyable endurance route which is definitely worth a visit!
Charlotte Spencer 2 Jun -
Ed Booth 8 May Lead RP F.A. Climbed in the rain, not seeping despite rain all through the night. Makes a great sport route, and a nice contrast to the trad lines nearby. This has got some genuinely cool climbing all the way from the floor to the chain.
F.A. Climbed in the rain, not seeping despite rain all through the night. Makes a great sport route, and a nice contrast to the trad lines nearby. This has got some genuinely cool climbing all the way from the floor to the chain.
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