Rockfax Description
This impressive pitch takes the long crack-line immediately right of Supernatural. Abseil in as for Supernatural but go past the hanging stance to arrive at the base of the crack at a patch of luminous green seaweed that can be seen from above. Start at this point.
Follow the crack all the way until it ends at a jug, traverse horizontally left to finish on the final moves of Supernatural. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The long, striking crack to the right of Supernatural. Finish by a leftward traverse to join the last moves on Supernatural. Stunning!

Martin Haycock & James Forbes 21/Jun/2005

Ticklists: West Country Climbs, Atlantic Coast New Routes, Ultimate E4 ticklist.

manbat 18/Jun/17 2nd

Fell at the crux. Feet are totally crap throughout, and it felt damp, despite perfect conditions. Who voted this as 5c? Definitely 6a. Strong lead by Luke, but he did traverse into Supernatural too early, via a thin, tricky sequence.

with Luke Randall
ferdia 11/Jul/15 Lead G/U

got slightly overexcited about how solid the rock looked relative to america, which saw me ping off with a flake in my hand low down! certainly some obvious dodgy blocks higher up too. pretty good route though.

with Howard Lawledge
Hidden 27/Jun/13 TR O/S
kingholmesy ??/2013 Lead O/S

Good lower section. Easier climbing higher up, but on less good rock.

with Colin
Hidden ??/2012 Lead O/S
Macca_7 09/Apr/11 2nd O/S

Fantastic route thin climbing to start which gets progressivly easier. Still some loose stuff on it! Can't wait to get back on it!

with Stu Bradbury
Hidden ??/2007 2nd O/S
Hidden ??/2006 2nd
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