Climbs the centre of the face left of 'Maiden Voyeur' despite continually heading for the left wing.
Good climbing throughout but the regular need to step back right to avoid the left arete detracts a bit.
Take cams up to 3.5 (blue Camalot).
Belay as for Heath Row or on a small stance a few metres higher below the left-hand diagonal line.
Move up left to the bulge at the start of the face and pull over onto the black face. Continue, keeping right of the arête. At each bolt, step right below it and climb straight past. Belay on a ledge about 5 metres above the third bolt. Scramble, roped up about another 10 metres to another good ledge that leads off into the gully below Hurts.
No prizes for guessing who put this up. Following the left-most of the ddiagonal lines this is quite a good climb. Used to be hard to locate because the guidebooks mangled the writeups of this and 'Mammary Lane'.
Start: Start as for 'Heath Row'
Go up into the left crack and take the wide layback flake (big cam). Finish up nice thin crack.
FA:Michael Stone, Chris Baxter & Dave Gairns, 1979
This and 'Maiden Voyeur' were described in the wrong order in the guidebooks so it was hard to work out where things went. The FA date in the Shepherd guide was also incorrect. The majority of this climb is very easy but the upper wall is great.