The attractive stepped groove up the centre of the left-hand buttress. There is usually a lot of moss on the route which makes it significantly harder and more precarious in damp or wet conditions - feels more like HVS.
1) 4b, 10m. Climb ledges up and slightly right to reach a break. The climbing is easy to here but there is no reliable gear. Pull up and step right to a small stance.
2) 4c, 35m. Traverse left and up to gain the groove. Climb this, mostly on the left wall, to a short groove. Pull back right onto slabby (and mossy) rock and move up to a big grass ledge. Abseil descent possible from here.
3) 4a, 12m. Climb the cracked wall behind the stance to the top. © Rockfax
R B Evans, I F Howell Aug/1960.
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