Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: jawshoe uhh on Jun 19, 2019
Admins: Chris Owen, Euan Cameron

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The crux comes in the first half of the stack where two sequential fixed pins are utilized. They are old and not in good condition. The route stays on the same seaward face the whole time, even though it can be tempting to venture out right (north).

There is a protrusion of rock that is slung for the rappel anchor, bring webbing and a locker to replace it incase it isn't there when you arrive. About 6ft would be needed to thread the anchor.
There are other routes on this stack that go at harder grades with less protection which I haven't listed because we didn't climb them. 


The Ordinary Route starts on the sea-facing side. This can be reached by traversing a ledge on the SE side of the stack. At the base of the climb an anchor can be built, rope can be flaked and the leader can take off from here.


Single rack up to 3", micro cams useful.