2 pitches. Near the end of doorpost instead of moving around the buldge at the top traverse right to a double well protected roof (gear in situ). Undercut the flake and move out and over the roof for a desperate finish.

Hidden 24/Aug/16 Lead O/S
AliceKerr ?/May/14 AltLd
Callum Anderson ??/2012 -
Hidden ??/2012 Lead O/S
Jack_F 30/Aug/10 Lead O/S
mike hooper 03/May/10 AltLd
with dave dean, robin frazer
gidmord 24/Apr/10 AltLd dog

Lead first pitch. Got spat out second overhang on second.

jacobjlloyd 24/Apr/10 Lead O/S

A beautiful and natural line, with a very powerful finish. An old school HVS - E1 in today's money, and I would give it 5c and both a jam and a bicep symbol. Very well protected, but still an intimidating proposition. The corner below the roof is easy enough, solid and interesting, and not at all rotten despite appearances. Works well as a two pitch route, starting up doorpost and finishing up the corner to the rooves - a proper crux finish. Should be a classic of the crag. I think it gets E2 5b in the other guidebook (old hardback guide with photos I peeked in at the crag)

with Gideon
Hidden ??/2010 -
Hidden ??/2010 -
hembug 10/Jun/09 2nd O/S

Hard...especially as we climbed this wrognly thinking it was the last pitch of little brown jug!

tew105 03/May/09 Lead O/S
Emma-Louise Anderson 11/Oct/08 2nd
Subwaycups ?/Jun/08 2nd O/S
DeniseWootten ?/May/08 2nd O/S
with Paul Hendry
Hidden ??/2008 -
Hidden 27/Apr/07 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Jul/06 AltLd O/S
wojt ??/2006 Lead
Samuel P 26/Apr/03 2nd
with Luke
ACB Smith ??/2002 2nd

first ever climb!

with wretched
Hidden ??/2001 -
Steveb27 ??/2000 AltLd
Simon cook ??/1995 -
Robmwatt ??/1985 Lead
auldscotal ??/1972 AltLd O/S
with Don Roscoe
High E1
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