Climb the pinnacle until you can stand on top of it and then join the main wall and climb the concretions above to the double tree belay. The route does have just enough gear to make it safe but you will need to hunt it out.

Please note at the time of writing the key foot holds from the pinnacle to the main wall were hidden by the ivy so do hunt them out. The tree belay did not have an abseil ring but it is possible to pull down the rope directly from the tree.

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
springfall2008 30 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S Reasonable moves with good holds with just enough gear if you look for it, bold for the grade.
Reasonable moves with good holds with just enough gear if you look for it, bold for the grade.
Hidden 6 Sep, 2017 2nd
anne_schumacher 1 Jul, 2017 2nd
cameron_hall 1 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
with Anne Schumacher
with Anne Schumacher
MikeLell 8 Oct, 2016 Lead O/S
with Camilla
with Camilla
Hidden 8 Oct, 2016 Lead O/S
Hidden 23 May, 2016 Lead O/S
Tom Brierley 5 Jul, 2015 2nd O/S
with Nick Eaton
with Nick Eaton
Chazwoz 18 May, 2013 Lead O/S went left of the route, only found one bit of gear at the top of the pinnacle. numpty.
with davos
went left of the route, only found one bit of gear at the top of the pinnacle. numpty.
with davos
BALD EAGLE 19 Jun, 2010 Lead
with R.Horler
with R.Horler
Flashy ?Jun, 2010 Lead O/S
chris sm 28 Feb, 2009 2nd O/S
with Paul Osborn
with Paul Osborn
alan moore ??, 2000 -
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