Lie down start, head out left(ish) side of roof then mantle finish.
There is no known route history.
Please respect the area - if you find any litter or rubbish do your bit and take it with you to the bin in the layby on your way out.
Make sure your climbing shoes are clean before climbing, bring a rag to wipe your feet, use chalk responsibly, don't place large tick marks and remove discrete ones, don't overbrush holds it will only polish or erode them.
The rock is a harder form of oolitic limestone which is a bit different to normal limestone. Its quite sandy in places, and so is not suitable to climb while wet. Watch out for friable sections and avoid them. It does not dry well after heavy rain due to the forest - give it a few days to dry out. The ground gets very muddy also.
Author(s): M. Glaister
10 Topklettergebiete des Südwestens Englands - Wye Valley, Avon und Somerset, North Devon, Culm Coast, Inland Cornwall, Atlantic Coast, West Penwith, The Lizard, Inland Devon und Torbay.