- Height: 50m
- Pitches: 2
- Ascents: 2
The first route climbed at The Glen. Starts on the left hand side of the main wall. Belay from under arete overhang - out and left from base of climb. The first pitch takes the obvious crackline on the left wall with a large flat chockstone protruding from it near its top.
20m (17). Up slabby start to obvious vertical weakness starting in the corner. Up through blocks with great pro. A bit of loose rock here will clean up nicely. Trad belay on spacious ledge.
30m (20, crux). Up onto block above and right of belay ledge. Traverse right to a stance beneath blank corner (small pro). Up blank-looking right face, trending left on diagonal lines to an obvious vertical crack line in corner. Once at the pyramid top of the off-width crack, traverse out right (5m) until you are beneath the small but obvious line with the shrubby top-out. Tree belay 10m back.
- Ethic: inherited from The Glen
Awesome climbing! A bit of loose stuff here and there, but some careful consideration, a bit of cleaning and the fading sunlight got us up it in time.
Located in The Glen approx:
Route Grade Citations
|20||Community registered grade|
|17, 20||Ben Vincent|
Overall quality score: 83%
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