Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 19
HS. A worthwhile and popular outing up the right arete of the crag. Start below the arete.</br>1) 4, 25m. Climb across the short steep slab by a left slanting crack then move across right onto a slab. Up this and then climb short grooves to a small stance and thread belays.</br>2) 4+, 15m. Climb the wall and move right into grooves which lead to a good ledge. Swing right and climb the short wall onto a good ledge with thread belays.</br>3) 4+, 40m. Climb left of the belay then head up and right to a crack. Go up this then move right onto the arete. Climb direct then move left onto a good ledge and thread belays. Possible abseil descent from here.</br>4) 3, 20m. Climb the wall behind the belays and go direct to the top. A short scramble leads to the summit.
Did this route a week ago, and had great expectations.
Also did this route this w/e.
Pleasant enough - certainly not loose or overly bushy
Did this last week and was also a bit dissapointed by it thought from the pictures it would be a lot more challenging. went to do big routes but had this as a half day but would have rather spent the time of the drive going to toix for better shortish multi pitches.
several of our party climbed this and we all found it solid clean and very enjoyable
Thought this route was ok with the difficulties right at the start but with pleasent clean climbing above. Good route to get back the trad legs before something bigger.
The start is the hardest bit and seemed hard 4+. Rather scrappy above