One of the most popular lower-grade outings in the Lake District.
1) 25m. Climb the chimney past a pinnacle to a ledge. Take the wall behind to another ledge. The opposite side of the chimney can also be climbed starting on the other side of the gate.
Variations (left to right) - Starting up a polished wall and hand crack, VS 4c. A left-slanting crack, S 4a. A short wall with a thin seam on its right side that can be climbed on good holds at Diff.
2) 35m. Climb the blunt buttress on generally good holds taking the easiest line. Belay on a large grassy terrace.
3) 10m. Walk back to the right side of the continuation wall.
4) 16m. Climb leftwards up the line of good holds and then on in the same line to a shallow scoop that leads to the top. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
Good short pitches, interspersed with large plateaus making the route escapable and suitable for parties of beginners. Well situated.
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