Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 18
A brilliant climb on magnificent rock. Intimidating, but not that hard, most of the gear is fixed although some might find a small rack welcome.
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wonderful route, combining strenuous steep big crack climbing on pitch 1 with thin slab stuff above. Don't underestimate the approach to pitch 1: its a thin grade 4+ traverse with little protection apart from a frayed rope handrail! Recently rebolted, it would be nice if someone took a spanner with them to take out the old rusty hangers.
No need to take a rack with you on this now unless you are unnerved by the 12 ft between bolts.
Tranverse it easy, not likely to come off,
Bolts seem a bit spaced when getting pumped and needing to clip, but nevertheless the route can be done with no nuts. Placed one nut on whole route, between traverse belay and first bolt.
Exciting and very enjoyable route. Definitly worthwhile.
Both pitches can be run together using 60m ropes making the route even better. Would not say it was E2 tho.
Fantastic, exposed route with bolts. Not be missed. Construction work made access a bit awkward, but it is possible to park car above last constructions on the seaside of the road, and to walk down to the beach to the side of the constructions without entering area of no access.
Great route as said, first pitch is the trad one, steep but juggy. Second is pretty much a clip up and a good change in style, being slabbier and more technical. I would rope up on traverse, not super easy as said
Great route. A few cams makes the route less intimadating. They bolts were a bit spaced for me and the old insitu tat is looking a bit tired, dont bother with wires. There are bolts on the traverse in.