The groove system on the right-hand side of the face gives a fierce exercise on good rock. Protection is mainly from small wires. Start below the groove system left of the mid-height slab. Climb to the mid-height slab and then move left up a narrow corner. Hard moves up right gain a good hold at the base of the corner. Finish up the corner. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
Starting below the left hand end of a sloping glacis, which is about 6m up the crag. Climb the groove to the glacis and follow a shallow corner (small wires)above its left hand end to where the rock bulges - good hold. Good wire in the bottom of a small groove protects difficult climbing up and right which leads to a jug. Climb the right facing groove to the top or add a few more meters by trending right across the lip
M Radtke, J Cooksey 23/Jul/1989.
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