An interesting series of technical pitches on excellent rock. Start underneath a smooth wall above a ledge at 2m.
1) 8m. Stand on the ledge and make a couple of fingery face moves past a small flake (thin sling runner) to a ledge and belay.
2) 14m. Climb a jamming crack up left to pass a line of overhangs. Head left on ledges to a flake and chockstone belay.
3) 12m. From the right-hand side of the flake, climb up the wall until it steepens. Step left and up past a wall of stacked stones to a big ledge and belay by a huge perched block.
4) 18m. From the top of the perched block, move up a corner and make a long step right to a big grassy ledge at the base of another larger corner. Climb up just right of the corner to a crack that leads to the top. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
An absorbing climb and of interest in its first 30 metres. Begin up a short smooth wall near the right-hand end of the crag and about 20 metres right of Trinity Slabs.
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