23m.

Rockfax Description
The arete is challenging but can be protected by clipping some extra bolts out left. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Even more protected due to 'Rock Dancer' bolts. Start at the arete on right-hand side, climb up to gain the arete. Continue until possible to gain a ledge on left. Difficult climbing leads to some laybacking to finish up the final arete.

R Brookes, M Murray 03/Mar/1987

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 26 May TR
Hidden 15 May Lead β
Hidden 15 May 2nd dog
Andy Moles 24 Sep, 2018 TR The blocks feel more solid than they look, but a failure doesn't bear thinking about. I mostly avoided them with a desperate layback on the right. Happy not lead this one.
with ferdia
The blocks feel more solid than they look, but a failure doesn't bear thinking about. I mostly avoided them with a desperate layback on the right. Happy not lead this one.
with ferdia
Hidden 17 May, 2017 Lead O/S
Hidden 17 May, 2017 Lead
Luke Brooks 27 Nov, 2011 2nd Really quite scary, even to second. you have to pull on blocks that are keyed in, one goes they all go (onto your face).
with Tim Neill
Really quite scary, even to second. you have to pull on blocks that are keyed in, one goes they all go (onto your face).
with Tim Neill
Hidden ??, 2006 -
craig h ?Feb, 1990 Lead
with Luke Steer
with Luke Steer
Hidden 6 Aug, 1987 -
Enty ??, 1987 -
with A Gudgeon
with A Gudgeon
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