Start at the thin crack to the right of 'Not Easy Contract', climbing direct to the obvious ledge. Place gear in the wide, flakey crack of 'Not Easy Contract' before ascending the blank looking face via some crimpy sidepulls and delicate footwork to a good hold below the small overlap. Gain and mantel the large jug above using an obvious layaway and smaller crimps before finishing on the left of the overhanging block to a slopey top-out. Give yourself E4 if you miss out the gearin the layback crack.

D. Biggin, G. Foster 22/Oct/2006

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 23 Jun Lead RP
Joe W-O 23 Jun Lead O/S
Joe W-O 6 Jun Lead O/S
Hidden 6 Jun Lead dnf
WillHempstead 9 Apr Lead dnf Hold broke, micro cam ripped and took a decent fall. can confirm side runners in not easy are bomber
Hold broke, micro cam ripped and took a decent fall. can confirm side runners in not easy are bomber
Martin McKenna - UKC 30 Mar Lead O/S
Livingwild 14 Sep, 2018 Lead G/U
salix 21 Jul, 2018 Lead β No side runners, but I did give the holds a brush on the ab. The lower slab without the crack of not easy contract is good but feels very eliminate, however the moves from the thin break up and onto the big jug are entertaining and worth while. Upper E3 without the side runners I would say.
with David M
No side runners, but I did give the holds a brush on the ab. The lower slab without the crack of not easy contract is good but feels very eliminate, however the moves from the thin break up and onto the big jug are entertaining and worth while. Upper E3 without the side runners I would say.
with David M
Nicholas Wylie 2 Nov, 2017 Lead O/S
with John Miloy
with John Miloy
Hugh Simons 15 Aug, 2017 Lead O/S
Gordon Lacey 15 Aug, 2017 2nd
metrorat 31 May, 2017 2nd rpt
with Euan Maharg
with Euan Maharg
Kike Kikon ?May, 2017 Lead O/S Bomber gear. Crimps on the slab felt better than what they looked from below. The mantel move is a laugh
Bomber gear. Crimps on the slab felt better than what they looked from below. The mantel move is a laugh
metrorat 4 Sep, 2016 Lead O/S
with Euan Maharg, Brendan Bailey
with Euan Maharg, Brendan Bailey
ashtond6 18 Sep, 2015 2nd
ashtond6 11 Jul, 2015 TR
lukehunt 29 Aug, 2013 -
Martin Mc 24 Jul, 2013 Lead O/S
with Dougie
with Dougie
Ri ?Apr, 2013 Lead O/S
akhughes 7 Oct, 2009 Lead O/S Pretty pointless Eliminate. 4 independant moves, but alright climbing. If you miss the gear out it is still only E3, you would just be a muppett
with Greg B
Pretty pointless Eliminate. 4 independant moves, but alright climbing. If you miss the gear out it is still only E3, you would just be a muppett
with Greg B
dodfoster 22 Oct, 2006 Lead RP Lost 'rock, paper, scissors' so settled for the 2nd ascent. Really cool line.
with dave biggin
Lost 'rock, paper, scissors' so settled for the 2nd ascent. Really cool line.
with dave biggin
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