Rockfax Description
Start at the right-hand end of 'Fifty Foot Wall', two poor pitches leads to an exposed finish above the nose.
1) 10m. Move up the wall and then head right along a ledge and up a slab to a tree and belay.
2) 16m. Continue up vegetated walls to a ledge and tree belay.
3) 20m. Make an exposed and tenuous leftward traverse to join and finish up the rib of Epiglottis. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Start at RH end of 50 foot wall, two poor pitches leads to a stunning finish above the nose!

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
bobw ??, 2018 Lead
heslop_ben 11 Aug, 2016 Lead O/S
with Astyan
with Astyan
Astyan 11 Aug, 2016 2nd
TGreen 10 Jul, 2015 Lead rpt
with Martin G
with Martin G
Hidden 5 Jun, 2015 AltLd rpt
Tom.Priestley 8 Apr, 2014 AltLd O/S P1 and P3. Generally a bit chossy with poor protection. Think I might have gone wrong on the final pitch, I stayed on the right of the nose.
P1 and P3. Generally a bit chossy with poor protection. Think I might have gone wrong on the final pitch, I stayed on the right of the nose.
ElvisLeg 18 May, 2013 Lead O/S Don't do it- vegetated, chossy, prickly, greasy on a crucial hold and a generally anti-social experience.
with Bally2
Don't do it- vegetated, chossy, prickly, greasy on a crucial hold and a generally anti-social experience.
with Bally2
TGreen 8 Aug, 2012 AltLd O/S Pleasently suprised by the climbing on the first and second pitches, really not as bad as they've been made out to be! Third pitch is great.
Pleasently suprised by the climbing on the first and second pitches, really not as bad as they've been made out to be! Third pitch is great.
Rosie Henstock 8 Aug, 2012 AltLd O/S
with TGreen
with TGreen
Andy Merrick 24 May, 2012 Lead O/S First pitch has hardly any protection but the climbing is easy, finish on the first pitch is very scarppy only good section on the route is pitch 3 coming out on the face,
with Matt Thomas
First pitch has hardly any protection but the climbing is easy, finish on the first pitch is very scarppy only good section on the route is pitch 3 coming out on the face,
with Matt Thomas
Hidden 23 May, 2012 Solo
sk8world19 24 Sep, 2011 Lead first pitch is reasonable second is chossy as fook with little obvious protection, was unsure where the final pitch of this climb went so we did the last pitch of epiglotis instead
with hugh watkin
first pitch is reasonable second is chossy as fook with little obvious protection, was unsure where the final pitch of this climb went so we did the last pitch of epiglotis instead
with hugh watkin
lizannday 27 Mar, 2011 2nd
with Joe Dowsett
with Joe Dowsett
uremac83 ??, 2011 -
matty123 31 May, 2010 Lead O/S
with Richard Breakell
with Richard Breakell
seb m-c 2 Jul, 2009 2nd Lost my bottle part way climbed down Quentin took over lead to first pitch I seconded and rigged top rope.
Lost my bottle part way climbed down Quentin took over lead to first pitch I seconded and rigged top rope.
Hidden ??, 2009 AltLd O/S
Hidden 9 Apr, 2008 Lead O/S
Ander 14 May, 2005 Lead
Rich Kay ?Sep, 1991 2nd
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