A distinguished classic that wends its way up the lower section of 'B' Buttress. Start at a wide V-groove just left of the Mountain Rescue box.
1) 4a, 20m. Climb the V-groove and then head left across a difficult slab to below a corner. Move up and left to avoid an overhang, then continue to a stance and belay at the base of the large corner.
2) 10m. Traverse right past a large flake then up and around to a wide crack that leads to a cave belay.
3) 9m. Take a short steep crack on the left to a traverse line that leads to the corner and a belay.
4) 12m. Take the chimney on the left to a traverse line that heads left past a flake to a belay below a corner. An exposed pitch.
5) 20m. Climb the flake-crack on the right that leads into the corner. Climb the corner and groove above to the top. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
1. Start just left of the rescue box. Go up the chimney and then traverse left across the polished slab. Continue to traverse and then head up to a belay when the angle eases.
2. Go up and slightly right heading for Abrahams cave. Belay in the cave
3. A long traverse - Go up the crack on the left of the cave then hand traverse across to the left into a corner. Go up the tricky chimney to the left of this and then another hand traverse to the left round a corner to a belay on a ledge
4. Go up to the right of the ledge, up a tricky crack and then easier rocks to the top. Decend down Easy Terrace
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