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1) -, 15m. Start up the initial groove of Cat Walk but exit left at its end and belay at the right-hand end of the ledges.
2) 4c, 22m. Make a hard move onto the pleasant, pocketed wall just left of the groove, before trending left to climb the crack in the upper left edge of the buttress. There are lots of threads available on this pitch.
FA. Gary Gibson 1980s
best done in one pitch from below.grubby start toi excellent climbing above.
crux definatly getting over bulging start to acces slab. good holds and gear. take a few slings as there are many threads and if you see a stuck wire at half hight its mine.
ANDREW MACKINTOSH - 30/Apr/04
If this route was restricted to its middle third it would be excellent ! Big rough holds reminiscent of Pembroke. Shame about the dank start and chossy top.
GrahamD - 31/Jan/05
Fantastic climbing over the bulging wall which is easier than it looks. Great route but beware the dead tree and chossy rock at the top which is worrying.
Brian Mattock - 16/Jul/14
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