Arguably THE hard wall climb of its era. It's a mighty route, with a weighty reputation - and one which sees very few ascents even today, despite being featured on the cover of a famous hardback rock climbing book, and having no dodgy fixed gear.
It follows the soaring right-hand crack, which rather inconveniently peters out above the traverse of Dog Nobbler. The section above constitutes the crux; your aim is to press on to the next breakline, where the climbing becomes just a tad easier... © Rockfax
FA. R.Fawcett, G.Fawcett Jul/1982.
Pembroke Rockfax Top 50 , Great Wall Climbs of the UK , 100 or so good E6s - aye Caff , The Best of Pembroke , The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet) , 100 Worthwhile E7's
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