Rockfax Description
Immaculate granite climbing and a stunning line is tempered by serious situations. Start as for Chlorophyll Cluster.
Follow Chlorophyll Cluster up the layback flake to the possible belay ledge. Take the wide crack directly above to a point where moves out right and up on crystals gain an easing just above a small overlap and a small micro nut on the left. Move up the steep slab and then reach up left to a thin seam which widens to a crack higher up. Move up the seam on improving holds before stepping left to a final finger-crack. Thread belays in blocks well back. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Now up to E5 6a - even with the micro-wire beta, which makes a big difference - in the new Rockfax print guide, and worth that, being 2 grades harder than Finesse. The technical moves crux out right after the lower crack terminates are steady and delightful, the endless slab climbing above comes with a 20m fall potential if the hidden micro-wire is missed, and the final finger crack out left provides a reassuringly safe but still interesting finale - a true classic.

Ticklists: Best slab climbs of the UK, West Country Climbs, Ultimate E5 ticklist, The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet).

dready 23/Jul/17 TR rpt
with shunt
dready 17/Jul/16 TR rpt
with shunt
Hidden 16/Apr/16 Lead O/S
nickstephens 16/Apr/16 2nd O/S
JCAshman 07/Apr/16 Lead O/S

amazing route, some really intense moves on the crystals!

ian bryant ??/2015 -
dready 29/Jun/14 TR rpt

very powerful thin move at the crux

with shunt
Rosyk 28/Nov/13 TR O/S
Jay-Ast 28/Nov/13 TR O/S

certainly not 6a as my wife on sighted it. and frankly she just isn't that good. great route though

with Rosyk
whiteexplorer 16/Aug/13 TR dnf

tried hard to do the crux,damaging elbow tendon in the process

with joe, Kieran
dready 16/Aug/13 TR dog

a good start leads to a tough middle section I just didn't work the moves out before my energy was gone

morganator 18/May/13 TR

Would be a spicy lead. Prob more like E5 5c

with International Meet Guest
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing ??/2013 2nd O/S
with Siebe Vanhee
Hidden ??/2012 -
Hidden ??/2012 Lead O/S
KRB 05/Aug/11 Lead β

A totally unexpected find 10 mins from the family camp. Sneaked in one hot morning before the beach beckoned. A brilliant and thoroughly enjoyable pitch which is definitely bold though struggles to reach 6a. Martin made a clean 2nd whilst Ollie took photos - mostly of himself. An excellent crag to explore given more time.

with Martin Bridges
Harald 15/May/10 Lead O/S
Hidden 15/May/10 2nd
Hidden 09/May/10 AltLd
feilx 03/May/09 2nd O/S
with Andy L
Hidden 02/May/09 2nd
jgclimb 02/Apr/09 TR

yee ha!!

with moe tom
Rusty2406 29/Mar/09 TR O/S
Master Chief 29/Mar/09 TR O/S
with Nick
Rusty2406 24/Mar/09 TR
with Mike and Dan
jfletcher 17/Oct/08 Lead
robbo157 05/May/06 2nd O/S
tuftynick ??/2005 Lead O/S
with nick warren
Gus ??/2002 Lead
with luisa giles
Tim M ??/2000 2nd O/S
gooberman-hill ??/1998 Lead O/S

high qualiy, and a good lead into the harder routes at St Loy

with winger
FATBOYFAT ??/1996 2nd O/S
clark alston ??/1996 Lead O/S
with Dave Henderson
Hidden 18/Jul/90 TR
Hidden 21/May/88 Lead O/S
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