36m. Start under the over hang which has a thin crack with two rotted in situ pieces of gear a few metres up.
Climb up big holds into a steep flake left of the thin crack, follow the steepening flake to a thread. Pull left and step up over the roof to good holds ,traverse back right into a flake and climb the wall to the top passing some in situ gear.

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Ramon Marin 1 Jun Show βeta
βeta: Top 50 route, as good as any E5 in Pembroke. All cleaned from vegetation and loose top out and replaced threads as in May 2019
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βeta: Top 50 route, as good as any E5 in Pembroke. All cleaned from vegetation and loose top out and replaced threads as in May 2019
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pipof747 30 Aug Lead O/S Great route!
Great route!
gazhbo 27 Jul Lead β
with Wendy
with Wendy
robertmichaellovell 20 Jun 2nd nice fun varied route
with Ed Morris
nice fun varied route
with Ed Morris
Ed morris 20 Jun Lead O/S Some very fun moves.
with Rob Adams
Some very fun moves.
with Rob Adams
Ramon Marin 1 Jun Lead β Amazing route, one of the best I’ve done in Pembroke, defo top 50 in my view. Abseil inspection to clean the veg and loose top and also replace the threads. Starts up the big juggy flake line (not the splitter crack with lots of manky fixed gear, ffs Gary!) and then make some committing moves (well protected by a thread and wires) using a crimp on the face to gain good holds. Then move up the flake past a rusty peg (redundant) and the climb the immaculate wall above using some amazing hold on great rock.
with Stefan Morri s
Amazing route, one of the best I’ve done in Pembroke, defo top 50 in my view. Abseil inspection to clean the veg and loose top and also replace the threads. Starts up the big juggy flake line (not the splitter crack with lots of manky fixed gear, ffs Gary!) and then make some committing moves (well protected by a thread and wires) using a crimp on the face to gain good holds. Then move up the flake past a rusty peg (redundant) and the climb the immaculate wall above using some amazing hold on great rock.
with Stefan Morri s
brices 15 Apr, 2015 Lead dnf the wall was condensating, the peg is in an atrocious state and that's before I get onto my lack of commitment not the high point of my climbing career
the wall was condensating, the peg is in an atrocious state and that's before I get onto my lack of commitment not the high point of my climbing career
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