40m. A pleasant companion route to Ardverieke Wall, with exhausting crack climbing and a brutal crux. Climb a tricky finger crack to the roof, pull over this with great difficulty (trying not to leave any fingers behind), to gain the fine hanging corner. From a superb rest at the top of this, continue up a solid jamming crack to finish.

masa-alpin 12/Oct/16 Lead dog

Had a rest below the crux overlap to get a set of nuts back, which I had dropped earlier. Took a fall near the top. Great route!

with Iain Sm
Martin McKenna - UKC 19/Jul/16 Lead O/S

Great route with a stiff crux. Top crack was sopping so climbed the wall on the left which was brilliant.

Craig Holden 14/Jul/16 Lead dnf
with annep11
annep11 14/Jul/16 Lead dog

Pumped off on the last few moves. The name is apt in more than one way!

Hidden 09/May/16 Lead O/S
Timothy Miller 23/May/15 Lead O/S

Awesome line, 3 stars

John McKenna 23/May/15 2nd

Cold and pumped on second coz am a wee banger

Hidden 12/Sep/14 Lead O/S
gforce 27/Aug/11 2nd rpt

Guy moaned a bit about the veg but it really isn't too bad!

with Pete B, Guy
gforce 10/Oct/10 Lead dog

A brilliant pitch. Shame I fell at the roof though - fiddled in one unnecessary wire too many! Low down the rock feels a bit brittle in places and there is a bit of veg in the crack but wasn't a problem and didn't detract from the route for me.

with Emma
Chad123 21/Sep/08 Lead dog

Just too vegetated to be a classic climb. Great line and nice moves but spent too much time gardening and getting pumped to enjoy it - stick with Ardverikie Wall!

with Emily
mark-abz 04/Sep/93 Lead O/S
with John Ashb
Hidden 04/Jun/93 2nd dog
Hidden 04/Jun/93 Lead
Hidden 04/Jun/93 Lead
Bruce Kerr 15/Jun/85 Lead
with Cynthia Grindlay
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