Forehead Trombones (7b+) ★
An obvious flake groove above the 8th stepping stone with a hard bulge above.
F.A. Malcolm Taylor 1989
Sharp Practice (8a+) ★★
The desperate leaning wall above the first steeping stone.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1995
3. Masculine Power Trip (8a+) ★
The even more desperate overhanging thin crack, shallow groove line.
F.A. Ben Moon 1989 / extension Keith Sharples 1994
4. Mescaline Power Trip (8a) ★
Tough stuff off a pile of boulders. The bulge above provides a double wammy.
F.A. Mark Pretty 1989
5. Wright-On (7c+) ★
More bouldery moves onto slab and another double wammy overlap.
F.A. Chris Wright (1pt) 1994. F.F.A Steve McClure 2000?
6. Wright to Left (7c) ★
Hard moves into hanging groove then the line takes the name of the route, well almost.
F.A. Chris Wright 1995
7. Taylor Made (7c) ★★
A fingery start to gain the groove is followed by powerful moves over the bulge to leave it. High in the grade.
F.A. Malcom Taylor 1989
8. Feminine Ego Trip (7c+) ★
The right-hand exit from the groove with a particularly trying final move.
F.A. Malcolm Taylor 1989 / LH finish Kristian Clemmow 2014
9. Clematis (8b) ★★
A harder finish to Nemesis. NB. Finish on the jugs at the top of the crag and then drop back down to the belay.
F.A. Kristian Clemmow 2011
10. Nemesis (8a+) ★★★
Overhanging fingerboard/cellar climbing to the top. Starts just left of the impressive groove of Monumental.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1994
11. Bricktop (8b) ★★★
Breaks out from Nemesis where that route moves L and climbs directly up the wall above.
F.A. Kristian Clemmow 2010
12. Monumental Armblaster (8a+) ★★★
The major diagonal L to R groove line provides a major classic but is rarely completely dry.
F.A. Sean Myles 1989
13. Malcolm X (8b+) ★★★
The counter line to Monumental which crosses it into even harder terrain.
F.A. Steve McClure 1999
14. Last Eggs Before the M1 (7c+)
The first half of an uncompleted project.
F.A. John Hart 1991
Techno Prisoners (8b+) ★★★
Obvious and nails!
F.A. Bob Hickish 2011
Gran Techo (8b) ★★★
Large roof and left to right flakeline about 25ft left of jug Jockey.
Kristian Clemmow 2011
17. The Jug Jockey (7c+) ★★★
A powerful problem through the centre of the strip roof. Start via crescent-shaped flake.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1990
18. Easy Rider (7c+) ★★
Up Jug Jockey to the roof then swarm right along a break to a tricky exit and easier headwall.
F.A. Mark Pretty 2010
19. Dreadnought (8c) ★★★
Orange-coloured wall, then the roof, then the crux!
F.A. Steve McClure 1999
20. Dreadnot (8b+) ★★
From the lip of Dreadnought follow flakes rightwards to finish on Roof Warrior.
F.A. Haydn Jones 2018
21. Roof Warrior (8a) ★★★
More powerful roof taking the obvious break through the overhangs.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1991