20m. Start on the right hand side of the face at a slimy corner below a roof. A fine climb with plenty of atmosphere. Climb the corner past a projecting block to a cave, then cross the vertical left wall to a small stance on the front of the buttress. Climb the flake crack and then the steep groove above, to the top. The slimy corner at the start can be avoided by scrambling up to the cave and traversing left across the wall.

Tony & Robin Barley Jul/1963

Ticklists: The 3 star way to yorkshire gritstone's heaven, The All New 3 Star Way to Yorkshire Gritstone Heaven..

Will Hunt 16/May/14 Lead O/S

Really good. Juggy, exposed, well protected, soft. Very clean. Started in the cave.

with Tom Nichols
Paul Clarke 23/Aug/12 2nd
Dave Musgrove 23/Aug/12 Lead O/S

Top pitch only. 1st pitch wet and dirty.

Mattyk 05/Jun/11 Lead rpt

Previously seconded Jim a few years back - absolutely brilliant and the bottom section was much drier and hence climbable this time. Honestly on the best HVS's on grit.

Jack00 07/Jul/09 Lead O/S

Fantastic route. Really great moves and excellent protection throughout. Felt very soft for HVS though.

with Olly
PaulTanton 05/Jul/09 Lead O/S
with Bruce Woodley
Mattyk 31/May/09 2nd

We came back for it 3 years later. Bottom corner still wet. abseiled down line and gave it a bit of a clean. Wasn't anywhere near as dirty as i was expecting. Superb route and in reasonable condition at the moment. ACE

mike fenwick ?/Sep/08 Lead
with Matthew Gibbins
Paul Clarke ??/1983 Lead
with Tom Curtis
Andy Say 26/Jul/81 Lead
Hidden 10/May/80 Lead
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