The right end of the crag presents an intimidating wall topped by some big overhangs. Start by walking down the path to a position under a large iron spike in a niche at 3m.
1) 5a, 36m. Either pull directly up to the iron spike or come in from the left. Exit the niche on the left and move up to a slim corner and follow this to a break at an overlap. Move right and pull over and rightwards past a peg to a ledge under an overhang. Gain a sticking out flat block on the left and pull past the overhang (peg) on its left and climb the crack above to a small overhang. Move left and up past the overhang to gain the midway ledge.
2) 5a, 13m. The corner past a peg to a good ledge and belays.
3) 5a, 10m. Go left along the ledge to under a wall just right of a corner. Finish rightward up the wall on good small holds. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
The first pitch is a BIG lead, very sustained but never too difficult with a variety of styles required. Second pitch gives good honest jamming/laybacking up the corner to a none too inspiring stance and belay - better to carry on to the top.
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