From the top of Scrattling Zawn contour along the rocks/grass right (facing out) until it is possible to begin a scramble decent down to just below the high tide line, then boulder hop left till you reach a dark zawn approximately 20-25 metres high. At low tide it is possible to stand on a small platform, step across the water onto a smaller ledge to begin the route.
The steep looking corner crack on the right, at the back of the narrow zawn. Upon first appearance this crack seems to be some fist jamming pump fest, until viewed from close up where the line does not seem so aggressive. Pleasantly steep for the grade, good rock and solid protection throughout. A choice of two exits can be made at the top the left seems more fitting for the sustained direct feel to the route, right is easier.
John Mason, Sharon Robert 06/Jun/2007