The arête and crack line leads up to a very comfy ledge (the juggy flake here is long gone but useful RPs are placed up and right). Have a wee rest and continue up the arête via a couple of bold, bouldery moves to glory, very exciting. Finish up "Shorshkred" or "WTC"

Alasdair Fulton 10/Apr/16 Lead dnf

Seems very pokey for E3 without the flake. Started raining while I was on the ledge.

asztisanyi 26/Apr/15 Lead O/S
with Tamas Varga
Georgsky 26/Apr/15 Lead G/U

Ugy tünt esni for ezért az EICA-ba indultunk beltérre mászni. De vegül mikor Rathoba ertunk szaraz volt minden. Szerencsere Sanyi elhozta a frissen vasarolt expresszeit igy gyorsan kint találtuk magunkat a szomszedos kobányában.

Dr Toph 08/Apr/15 2nd rpt
with Will
salix 08/Apr/15 Lead O/S

Short tricky section, but good fun.

with Topher
Brian Pollock 27/Sep/14 Lead O/S

bold at the crux but plenty of time to suss it out from the ledge - really only one tricky move and the rest is a romp

with Stewart
gjd 04/Aug/12 2nd dnf

Sam led but went into shorshkred after the comfy ledge.

with Sam Burns
jacobjlloyd 10/Jul/11 Lead dog

Fell off at the crux, bit of a shock - sudden foot pop! Seems I get nervous and climb poorly while being watched. Wire slot protecting the crux is as good as it could be if you have the right size.

with Dave Macleod, Paul Diffley, James Oswald
James Oswald 10/Jul/11 2nd

Having watched Jacob fall onto that single microwire. It was bomber though. I went for some awesome slappy laybacking up the arete.

Denpov 03/May/11 TR RP

Self-belay. Took several attempts for me to get the crux. Finished up Welcome to the Cruise to make the end more spicy. Delighted :o)

Hidden 02/May/11 2nd
simondunf 02/May/11 Lead O/S

felt bold enough - good fun!

with beau
Denpov 15/Apr/11 TR dnf

Self Belay. :o(

Dr Toph 07/Apr/11 Lead rpt

Now without loose block, there is no gear at the ledge, but you wont kill your belayer. With one decent wire out right before the crux, felt a bit more spicy than before, but same tech grade. (E3/4 5c)

with Seb
sebrider 07/Apr/11 2nd O/S

It was not really on 'sight as' it was dark!

with Topher
Denpov 25/Mar/11 TR dnf


Hidden 08/Mar/11 2nd
Hidden 27/Aug/09 Lead O/S
Dr Toph 16/Aug/09 Lead O/S

Upper arete felt pretty bold, since I wasnt sure whether the block that forms the rest ledge (and last gear) would hold a fall. Once you commit its not that hard though. Really should finish up WTTC to keep in character!

with Suzie Hill
whispering nic 14/May/09 Lead O/S
with McGeek
kevg 29/Mar/09 Lead O/S

Good climb and not as hard as it looks. Perfect route for my injured left hand, all the crimps are on the right!

with Fraser
schultz 22/Mar/09 TR O/S

The second part of the arête was too bold for me, I'll lead when I have more confidence in my gear. Otherwise it was a brilliant climb.

with Andy Mitchell and Rob
akhughes 25/Nov/08 Lead O/S
with Tamsin
Chad123 16/Oct/08 AltLd O/S

Very nice arete climb well worth doing, shame about the loose block low down and not sure quite how solid some of the gear is. Great moves with a very airy runout but not too hard if you keep breathing! Could be the last outdoor route of the Scottish season?

with Kiwi Steve
beegsyboy 15/Jul/08 2nd O/S
with Andy
andymoin 15/Jul/08 Lead O/S

Amazing climbing up the arête, abbed a few weeks back to clean it but pretty much on-sight,it didn't climb at all like expected and I even found some nice gear. Nice reasonably protected moves up to the ledge, which I found very hard to leave. Bit of a boulder problem to get up the bold arête above took a while to commit and it was fin scary but very very nice.

greenroom ??/1997 -
Bruce Kerr 16/May/96 Lead
with Alan Taylor
Hidden ??/1996 Lead O/S
Ian Jones ??/1996 Lead O/S
with Sean Smith
Duncan I ??/1992 Lead
redjerry ?/Feb/83 Lead

2nd ascent?

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