Climb the bodywidth crack behind the huge flake. Either layback round the corner or nervously pull on the large (loose?) chockstone.

pastep 02/Jul/14 Lead dog

There must be a large part of the chock stone missing,what's left is too high to reach from stood on the ledge. Had to call for a top rope & use a portable hold to finish it!

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Spongeclimber ?/Jul/12 2nd O/S
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adi bryant 11/May/10 Lead O/S

Sandy to start but a great move at the top.

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lrandall 17/Feb/10 Lead dnf

Really enjoyed the initial finger crack / offwidth combination, hand traverse and mantel that gets you as far as the chock stone. Was not so keen on the chock stone, which serves as protection and hold, spinning and dropping 3 inches when I pulled up on it! Down climbed and cleared my gear. Not a route I'll be returning to!

reg_measures 18/Dec/05 2nd O/S
with Torran Elson
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