43m. A delightful and substantial route, that unusually for Craig Cwarch, is clean and easy to approach and descend from. Spaced gear and interesting climbing. Start on the S-facing sidewall left of Will O'The Wisp. Climb a faint groove beneath a large roof, trending left to bypass some bulges, until beneath the main slab. Climb this past crucial cams to an overlap and step left to a ledge. Step up and traverse thoughtfully back right to the edge of the buttress. Finish directly up the clean crest to a convenient tree.

AngelaC 14/May/16 AltLd
Si ?/May/15 Lead

After Will O' the Wisp

MD 06/Sep/14 Lead O/S

Not sure there's a 5a move on this but there are places where falling off would be a bad idea. HVS 4c? Finished up the top pitch of Willow 'O The Wisp then scrambled down the gully.

with Jo
Happy Wanderer 06/Sep/14 2nd
with Mike D
caradoc 18/Apr/14 AltLd O/S

The main slab was quite clean with good holds, protection was good but spaced, it felt quite easy for the grade. View at....

with john b
roncaves 08/Aug/98 2nd
with Gavin Williams
Hidden ??/1997 Lead O/S
alan moore ??/1995 -

Really pleasant climbing.

babymoac 01/May/94 Lead
with Kathy & Carolyn
Pete Nugent 28/Jun/92 Lead O/S
GuyC 26/May/90 2nd O/S
with Clare, Dave S
Mark Kemball 12/May/85 Lead
with Roger Symonds
tapley 29/May/82 Lead
with Alison Tapley
tapley 07/Jun/76 2nd
with John Sumner
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