Grade: 5a | First Ascent: -1968
The obvious line three metres to the left, past a dead tree (little of which now remains). Hard at the start, especially if the crack is climbed direct instead of resorting to bridging on Flake and Wall.
Grade: 4a | First Ascent: -1968
A satisfying little route. Climb the recess on the left, either via the flake crack or by bridging, to reach the jammed block, then surmount this and finish direct.
Grade: | First Ascent: -1969
Climb the centre of the narrow wall on the left to reach a faint scoop, then finish up the groove above.
Grade: | First Ascent: -1967
Previously incorrectly known as Clare`s Crack. Just left again. The enjoyable flake crack.
Grade: 4c | First Ascent: -1968
Climb the overlap in the centre of the wall via an obvious undercut to reach a large ledge, then finish to the right.
Grade: 4c | First Ascent: (1975-79)
The thin flake crack at the left side of the overlap.
Grade: 4a | First Ascent: (Pre-1969)
The wide crack which forms the angle with the next wall, proves surprisingly strenuous.
Grade: | First Ascent: -1968
The route is obvious from its name from directly below. Climb the buttress right of the descent gully to the perched block. A good alternative DESCENT, as it is nowhere-near as polished as the gully.