The superb blank groove can be approached from a short way up Edge Lane by a tricky traverse (5c), a pile of stones or a f6C problem. The crucial upper section has an old cemented peg runner in the right wall, between the two cruxes. Finish using a tiny chipped hold. From the terrace continue up the easy corner, or abseil carefully from the chipped spike. © Rockfax
FA. Tom Proctor 1969. FA. (winter) Tom Proctor early 1970s.
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