Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 15
A dominating groove line in a strenuous old style.</br>1) 5b, 18m. Climb the groove past a big flake, then climb through a break in the bulge above to a good ledge at the fault-line.</br>2) 5a, 18m. Follow the groove past a huge, dubious block and continue to the top. The block is the size of a Mini, and has no visible means of attachment, but is still there - feeling lucky?
Fairly low in the grade but atmospheric. Pitch 1 would probably only get HVS 5a in the peak
the dubious block is surprisingly solid though!
As regards the "block" we spent some while trying to avoid touching it but in the end as Graham D says using it is inevitable. Good route though.