35m. Formally known as Hitman from a 1977 ascent, but now recognized that this line was climbed earlier. The start is obvious, from below the easily identifiable wedged block to the right of Assassin. Climb up left of the block, then move onto it via a hard move on small but positive foot holds. The crack slightly left is then followed steeply but with good holds and protection. Once you join the diagonal crack of Dry Riser it is very easy to go off route. The line actually crosses the steep wall immediately up and to your right. This looks hard but if you commit you will find really positive holds which quickly move you into another crack and the finish.

bradleyrichards93 17/Oct/17 Lead
garygecko 28/Aug/17 2nd
with James
Jimbob64 28/Aug/17 Lead O/S
with Andrew
gingernick 11/Sep/16 2nd
with Paul Oneil, Alex Duckett
John Higgs 13/Sep/15 Lead O/S
with H. Zehenhaken, Allan Watson
Hidden ?/Sep/15 Lead
Happy Wanderer 31/Aug/15 2nd O/S

Ed led while we all had a snooze. Thought provoking route.

with Ed, Mike D
MD 31/Aug/15 2nd
with Jo, Ed
eduardo 31/Aug/15 Lead O/S

Sopping wet in places! Took a while to figure out the line at times.

with Jo, Mike D
pheotleyr 26/Mar/15 Lead O/S

Pretty good.

with Mike
Hidden 26/Mar/15 2nd
gingernick 06/Dec/14 Lead
Alex Wade 14/Sep/14 2nd O/S
partz 13/Sep/14 Lead O/S

Pretty straight forward. Stepping onto the jammed boulder was cool!

joe gallacher 16/Aug/14 Lead O/S

Warm up route before Assassin on nxt visit.Think I went 3m too far right on top section into a kool layback groove. Good route , varied climbing and gear was sound enough.

with Matt Moore
mattrm 16/Aug/14 2nd dog

Tough. Due to the way the ropes were pulling, I got pulled off getting onto the block. Once I'd gone underneath the block, found the obvious holds that joe had missed.

with Joe Gallacher
Hidden 01/Jun/13 Lead O/S
Hidden 04/May/13 2nd
leo-z-g 17/Mar/13 Lead O/S
with Maurice
FrenchOlly 02/Mar/13 Lead O/S
RMG 11/Aug/12 2nd
with haydng
haydng 11/Aug/12 Lead O/S

Good steep moves around the block. A little dirty in the middle.

with RachelG
Hidden 15/Jul/12 Lead rpt
kim.mulji 02/Jul/11 Lead O/S
with Patrick
johnnyboulton 12/Sep/10 2nd O/S
with Simon Hills
AlexD 12/Sep/10 Lead O/S
with Stu
stuart34 11/Jun/10 2nd
Hidden 30/May/10 2nd O/S
Hidden 02/May/10 2nd
JEP 02/May/10 Lead
nick arding 10/Apr/10 Lead
Philippa Arding 10/Apr/10 2nd
Tom_Harding 19/Sep/09 2nd O/S
Hidden 06/Sep/09 Lead O/S
matt.woodfield 11/Aug/09 Lead
chrisjones199 27/Jul/08 2nd O/S
with Eefu
Tim W 26/Nov/06 2nd
leerybunny 26/Nov/06 Lead O/S
upontop ?/Aug/05 Lead O/S

Restored confidence after falling off The Assasin a second time

with Trevor
chris wyatt 25/Jun/02 Lead
alan moore ??/2000 -
goi.ashmore 03/May/99 Lead O/S
with Iain Fisher
nigehughes ?/Jul/89 Lead

Climbed as the route Hitman (VS 4c in the Danford/Penning SWMC guide 1983). Credited to John Bullock and Gwyn Evans - FA 1977. Now understand this line claimed earlier, so have amended my written log to reflect. Hitman is a good name, although i'm sure there's a story behind the current title.

with John Roe
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