Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 319m a.s.l
An angular buttress of two perfect lines, topped by a steep capping stone. The centre of the wall bulges with blankness and offers a top-quality E7. The arete is at least as good and provides for a super E4. An eliminate between the two and a good link-up provide the rest of the interest.
Park at the Lion Inn and walk the old Railway line passing Gill Wath. Once around the 'High Blakey Moor' curve, the capping stone can be seen to the west.
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