27m, 2 pitches. Either starts at the lowest point of the rib or 2 meters right at a small corner.
1) 9m. Follow the rib as it makes the crescent shape to a belay at about 9m on a scooped ledge.
2) 18m. Go straight up on over many small ledges with minimal protection until a big grassy ledge with a flat boulder as belay anchor. (the original route carries on up thin crack but this would change the grade to S 4a)

RE Lambe, Mrs RE Lambe 02/Apr/1956


ClimberDateStyle
Manton 28/Jan AltLd
with RWB1986
RWB1986 28/Jan AltLd O/S

Damp and greasy, not easy in B2's! Reached the top then forced our way up a bushy gully to the summit.

with Manton
funkyvin1 08/Oct/16 Solo O/S

Not great.

Hidden 08/Oct/16 Solo
Simon Caldwell 17/Sep/16 Solo O/S

Nice climbing, the best of the 3 routes here. Finished up the final short corner (as per the description in the guidebook, unaccountably no longer included in the update). Rather thin for the grade at the start.

with Carmen
Hidden 17/Sep/16 Solo
richardsavill 24/Apr/15 AltLd

couldnt find spike at the top or thread on second pitch, done as the rain came in.

with joe doherty
davenev 03/Aug/14 Solo

The approach is harder than the climb for youngsters - proper midgy too

with Skye, Hannah
Hidden ?/Jun/08 Solo O/S
Hidden 23/Sep/95 Solo
mikej 23/Jun/73 Solo
with Stewart Grant
tapley 04/Apr/72 -
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