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.

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
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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