The huge protruding buttress on the right-hand side of the track when walking down the dale from Topley Pike gives a number of classic traditional and sport pitches.
At the left-hand side of the buttress is a short wall with two sport routes:
1. Less of Your Lip (7b+)
The left-hand line moving left from the grassy ledge and with hard moves round the bulge.
2. Liposuction (7b+)
Branches left from the start of A Bit Lippy to climb roof. Pre-clip 3rd BR.
3. A Bit Lippy (7b+)
Easier wall to boulder overhang Pre-clip 3rd BR.
4. A Bit on the Side (6c) ★
Branches left from the start to a pleasant open wall. A new direct start has been added.
5. My Secret Life (7a) ★
Juggy bulges and a hard move from the top break.
6. The Wilderness Years (7b+) ★
Long line up the left-hand side of the rounded arête with very definite crux.
7. Scratch Race (7a) ★
Directly up the arête with short hard section and technical interest above.
8. The Massive (6b+) ★
Takes the right-hand side of the arête with tricky moves and good rest.
9. Stalk VS 4c ★★
The large corner gained via its right-hand wall.
10. Sparta in His Eyes (E1 5b)
11. Giants (6c) ★★
A big long route with superb varied climbing: technical lower bulge and juggy upper overhangs. A little friable on overlaps but cleaning up. (photo)
12. Gigantic (6c+) ★★
An exciting righthand extension to Giants.
13. Mrs Brown (7c) ★
Long sport route with defined difficulties through the roofs
14. Raisin Roof (E4 6a)
15. Big Plum E6 6c ★★
Central line with mean moves through large overhang.
Damson in Distress (7c) ★★
Takes Mrs Brown to the roof then swings up and R into Big Plum and climbs it’s crux. Move up and then traverse right into The Spider. Finish up this. Very exposed.
16. The Spider (8a) ★★★
The central roofs. Impressive.
A Chip off the Old Block (7c+) ★
Take Sloe Gin until over the first roof then make hard moves up and left to join The Spider. Finish up this.
18. Sloe Gin (7c) ★★
Now climbed in one pitch to a lower off on Sirplum. 17
The original LH finish is seldom climbed.
19. Sirplum HVS 4c, 5b ★★★
The original classic wandering up the face with the hardest moves from the mid-height belay.