Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: C McCombie, J Teale, 1970
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Shared By: Nick Russell on Oct 7, 2013
Admins: Chris Owen, Euan Cameron

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A good route, taking the only natural line of weakness in the right-hand side of the crag. The crux is low down, gaining a crucial thread at 4m. From here, continue up the crack and groove to its end, then move left on good holds to a deeper, continuation groove (small nuts). A final steeper section gains the anchor.

The position and views from this route are excellent, but it is unfortunately starting to sprout some plant life. Properly stripping this out would improve it greatly.

UK grade E1 5b (maybe more like low 5.10 than 5.9).


The big crack and groove line towards the right end of the crag.


A couple of threads (take cord or skinny slings), good big nuts low down, cams higher up, two-bolt anchor.


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