Grade: 6a | First Ascent: -1996
A must for aspiring hardmen. The striking orange arête with a peg at two-thirds-height is climbed on the left-hand side to the peg (don`t blow the 5c move below the peg), then swing round the arête and layback to the top.
Grade: 4c | First Ascent: (1979-83)
15 metres to the left. Start just right of a blunt, stepped arête, at a block and climb the shallow groove. Finish via a flake on the left.
Grade: 4b | First Ascent: -1996
Have a `good look` at the blunt arête itself, starting on the right.
Grade: 4b | First Ascent: -1998
Start just to the left of the arête and climb a flaky crack to a small ledge at mid-height. Climb up and go right to a large ledge on the arête, then step left in an exposed position and use a flake to finish.
Grade: 5a | First Ascent: -1997
Climb the flake crack just left of the next corner.
Grade: 6a | First Ascent: -1997
Reminiscent of the Froggatt classic. Climb Cherry Bomb to the roof, then step right round the arête, following the break to a good handjam just before the corner. Finish direct up the wall (crux).
Grade: 4c | First Ascent: -1977
An excellent route, up the blatantly obvious corner that is capped by an overhang. Once above the overhang finish on the left arête. A fine exercise in bridging. The roof proves easier that it first appears.
Grade: 5c | First Ascent: -1978
The fine arête to the left of Cherry Bomb is climbed in its entirety. A serious and sustained route of great quality.
Grade: 5c | First Ascent: -1986
Climb the thin crack just to the left to a horizontal break, then move right along this until it is possible to finish up another crack, immediately to the left of the arête.