A well-travelled and well-protected line with plenty of interest and a low crux. Start directly below the left side of a low overhang where an old wall meets the base of the crag. Gain a flake and use it to reach the overhang. Make some steep moves to pass it on the left and immediately pull back rightwards onto a ledge above it. Climb cracks that join up with the top of a narrow chimney and then continue up a crack and rounded breaks to the top. © Rockfax
West Country Climbs
CUC Climbing Club, Part 1: The Classics
Learning to Trad Climb: Cornwall
South West Coastal Solo
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