A rare commodity on UK limestone, a classic low-grade route. The polish is testimony to the route's popularity but does not spoil the experience. Start beneath the disjointed crack-line.
1) 10m. Climb the wall and cracks to a good small ledge and sound nut belays.
2) 18m. Pull up from the belay and move through the bulge leftwards with difficulty. Head straight up to the crack and follow it to a belay on top of a pillar.
3) 12m. Easy climbing leads leftwards to below an old garden wall. Nip up this to finish.
FA. I.B.Prowse 1923
Incredibly polished, not very good and easily run into one long pitch.
victim of mathematics - 08/Jul/05
Horribly polished & not much fun. A star for the line, I suppose.
Iain Thow - 20/Dec/08
Rock is in a bad way, polished to a high sheen in the bottom half of the route.
Mark Ryder - 09/Aug/10
Great climb polished at the beginning well worth the star
hcoffice - 15/Dec/12
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