One of the best E3s in Pembroke! It manages to cover some incredibly steep ground without really pulling over any roofs. The traverse is very pumpy and not a good one to fall off if you are seconding! Best done in two pitches to increase communication and avoid rope drag and tide problems.1) 5c, 20m. Climb the corner, past a couple of bulges, to a line of breaks below a roof. Traverse left along the breaks to below the main corner. Pull up to a ledge on the left and hanging belay.2) 5c, 25m. Climb the main corner all the way to the top. © Rockfax
FA. P.Littlejohn, C.King 02/May/1978.
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