Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 27
16m. The classic of the crag. Climb a groove then move rightwards to a ledge on the arete. Traverse the shelf (an ancient chipped hold, plus a huge cam and/or small wires might be of help) leftwards to the base of the left-trending groove. Balance up this to the top. A Direct Start is 6a and a finish up the arete on the right is a little harder and bolder than the original finish.
Not convinced about the need for a fluttery heart symbol. I'm among the most cowardly of climbers but find this OK. There's gear at waist level (or above) at all the hard bits, and when it gets run out near the top it's much easier.
the small gear at the back of the traverse is hard to reach for short@rses (I'm a shade under 5'4") - I found a #5 friend to wack in a great confidence builder