Perched Block Buttress

Trad and Sport
Early morning sun
15 mins
Uphill

To the left of Papacy Buttress, the Upper Tier swings around to face east. At the junction of the faces is an impressive buttress with a set of sport routes on the left, and trad routes on the right. All of these are currently neglected.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
What's the Paint?
From the low point of the crag's grassy base a tricky start leads to easier ground.
 5a
2
Pity the Grafitti
A similar line just to the right.
 5a
3
Set Fred Free
The left-hand line has a steep finish.
 6a
4
Wilky's Revenge
The middle line off the ridge is nice enough.
 5c
5
Making Plans for Nidge
Trend right into the cave then tackle the bulges that form its left-hand side.
 6b
6
Helzapoppin'
Good sustained climbing through the roof of the cave.
 
1 Stars
7a
7
Right Said Fred
The right edge of the cave gives another beefy pitch.
 6b
8
Coyote Club
Head up the left edge of the lower wall. Single bolt lower-off.
 6a
9
Wily E. Coyote
The tall left-hand side of the slab. Formerly an E2 5b.
1 user comment
 6a
10
Beep, Beep
Filler in slab between the routes on either side.
 6a+
11
Road Runner
The central line of the slab. Formerly an E1 5b.
1 user comment
 5a
12
Zebedee
The cracks to the right of the centre of the slab. Formerly VS 4b.
1 user comment
 5c
13
Balance of Actions
The right-hand bolted line.
1 user comment
 4a
14
Greensleeves
A trad route up the cracks to the right. Precise line uncertain.
 VS