DANGER WARNING: A UKC user has reported a large block having fallen from the top of the route, leaving a mudslide behind. The route is therefore arguably no longer in existence, or so altered as to render it something else entirely, and by the sounds of it, not something worth going up.

pastep 03/Nov/13 Lead

Still climbable but be super cautious there are some big chunks of loose rock (and not just the obvious ones).

with Anneka, ebf
ebf 03/Nov/13 2nd O/S

This is not as dangerous as is made out to believe. After the initial jamming crack, to the ledge, step right for about 2m and head up the left hand side of the slab, to the right of the loose stuff. Pretty worthwhile to be honest, and the first crack is nails for the grade. :)

lrandall 30/Jan/10 Lead O/S

An exciting route well worth a look but not for the faint hearted or clumsy. After the inital layback crack and below the final overhang there are a lot of loose rock-flakes the size of fridge doors. These would be very easy to dislodge and would almost certainly land on your belayer, so be very, very careful what you grab hold of and test evrything tentatively! Not exagerating when I say it would be easy to kill yourself and your belayer on this route.

with Andy C
Simon Perry 05/Nov/07 2nd O/S
with Mick Ellerton
Martin Bennett 11/Apr/01 -
with Terry Rob, MT
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