Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 14
Follow the long layback crack at the top.
When I saw this last week it had two large bushes growing out of the layback crack. It may well not be possible in this state and certainly won't be much fun!
No more bush, the crack has had a "hollywood"!
Bush is making a comeback!
Awkward ,unusual climbing ,no sign of the bush!
You sort of layback the arete on the left of the crack - more layaway moves between rests than a full-on layback. This is pleasant but I didn't think it as good as the routes to the left.