64m, 4 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A good route, although best left for drought conditions.
1) 5a, 30m. Start at the base of the huge crack on the right-hand side of the enormous pinnacle. Traverse left to the arete as soon as possible and climb it for 14m (possible belay). Climb the steep wall on the left to a scoop and head up and left to a small stance.
2) 5c, 35m. Climb the steep crack above until it reaches an overhang. Turn this with dif Strenuously climb this, then follow a groove on the left to an overhang. Keep trending left across slabs (often wet) to a possible belay. Climb straight up from here for 10m to reach the top of the crag. © Rockfax

Hidden 10/May Lead dnf
Andy Moles 09/May AltLd

Mostly dry, but not very good. Pegs beyond use so crux feels a bit bold.

with Calum Muskett
guy757 21/Apr/15 -
Paul Clarke ??/2014 AltLd
with FMC
Luke Brooks 26/Mar/12 AltLd O/S
with John Orr
Rachael Barlow 02/Jul/06 2nd

cried - wet, steep and loose.

with Pete Robins
Martin Bennett 13/Sep/96 -
with MT
Hidden 01/Jul/95 AltLd O/S
Ched 12/Apr/95 Lead O/S
with Mark Hamilton
Hidden 24/Jul/90 2nd
Steve Lewis 31/Aug/79 Lead O/S
with Stuart Robinson
Ian Jones ?/Jul/77 AltLd O/S

The glorious summer of '77. Great friction on the rough black rock.

with Chris Newton
Bolt Phobia 27/May/75 2nd


with Dave Williams
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