22m.

Rockfax Description
Bold and technical climbing protected mainly by your wits, although micro cams and tiny micro wires do somehow keep you going. Make your way up to where there used to be a small peg. Move past this with difficulty (crux), to reach some micro wire placements within spitting distance of the top. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
An extremely bold proposition which offers succour for those still mourning the loss of Loved by a Sneer's original E7 status. Start to the right of Loved by a Sneer below a white streak. Climb directly towards an in-situ RURP?! at about half height (No longer there). Move past this with difficulty; your next runner is a small IMP/RP at 19m.

M. katz 1998

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
jacob shieldhouse hadley 31 Mar, 2016 TR O/S snappy rock! quite safe! if you have microcams and skyhooks, one hard move f7a+ osightable but why would you! route finding is hard and very eliminate. might might might be back.
snappy rock! quite safe! if you have microcams and skyhooks, one hard move f7a+ osightable but why would you! route finding is hard and very eliminate. might might might be back.
MischaHY 30 Mar, 2016 Lead RP Tenuous and committing. This extremely bold route takes no prisoners, combining technical climbing with a worrying lack of gear. Bomber friend 00, decent skyhook and RP'S. The skyhook fell out after the fall zone of the cam and I ended up soloing to the very welcome safety net of the RP's, and onward to the top. Excellent. One star.
Tenuous and committing. This extremely bold route takes no prisoners, combining technical climbing with a worrying lack of gear. Bomber friend 00, decent skyhook and RP'S. The skyhook fell out after the fall zone of the cam and I ended up soloing to the very welcome safety net of the RP's, and onward to the top. Excellent. One star.
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