10m. The wall was once mossy but has been very thoroughly cleaned by May 2012. It remains thin and sustained with plenty of small cams and determination required. Good value for Craigmore. Bridge onto it at the start for the guidebook grade of E2 5c. Direct via wall is 6a.

Hidden 03/Oct/15 Lead O/S
johannes 13/Oct/13 Lead RP

yoyo'ed, 1 fall

Wicamoi 25/Jul/12 Lead O/S

Excellent route, marred by midges! Backed off this a few weeks ago, and was keen to try it again. I eventually made it after an epic struggle (Epic (3pik) noun: stuck at one point for what feels like fucking years, but is actually longer). Gear not great, though lots of poor options, and route very hard to read. Direct start at 6a, and a couple of poorly protected mid height moves not much easier (better sequences might be possible, but I tried plenty) I'd say this is more E3 than E2. My initial impression that the top-rope ethic at Carnmore has left the less well-protected routes with misleading grades is being strengthened.

with Matt
duncan 01/May/12 2nd O/S
Kevin Woods 24/Apr/12 Lead RP

Nice climb, the wall is sustained at Craigmore. My first E2. Lead went like a dream, was buzzing enough to pull through fine while tired. Awkward moves and awkward gear summarises this wall. Topped out to rain spitting and thunder not far away? (TR 18/Apr/12)

dmacmorris 22/Apr/12 Lead rpt

World class route that really demands a lot from a climber, the route offers multiple holds from finger pockets, tiny crimps, large jugs, small pebbles and awkward smears. The route has just be cleaned and i will be going for a lead when weather returns to sunny.

Marti999 ?/Aug/94 Solo
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