Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 89
The flake and narrowing crack (laybacking or jamming, it is your call) leads to ledges (possible stance). Continue up the crusty arete of the squat tower and a real summit tick.
this route is quality, and v.photogenic. the final arete is great fun and in a great position. Good first VS
A good confidence builder as it looks harder than it is. Nice top section.
exellent VS route though enjoy it so much you forget about gear like i did
I found it much harder than it looked, and not at all easy for the grade! Maybe that just says something about the sort of climbing I'm best at, ie slabs not laybacking :-)
for those about to layback we salute you...follow this with Maupassant and Insanity to cure (or not) all laybackophobes.
An easy overratted route if tackled with aggression.The topout is VERY exposed but excellent fun! GO FOR IT!
Great route, shame I spent so long protecting the 4m layback that I got all tired, until I booted my best piece out and scampered to the top of that part with fear and adrenaline.
I really enjoyed this route - top layback & bridging with very positive holds, followed by that super summit.
Looks quite intimidating for the grade hence why i fannied about with gear for ages and had to step back down for a rest,once you go for it it isn't that hard, very nice bottom bit, agree that top is a bit artificial.