Although short, this wall provides three difficult routes requiring an abundance of both power and finesse combined. Can be damp in humid weather.
1. Bristol Beat (7a+) short but powerful climbing in its length. Keep going rightwards to the belay.
2. Screaming Neutrino's (7b+) ★ an even more powerful sequence up the shallow pumping groove. Yet to be rebolted.
3. It's a Black World (7a) ★ finesse at last. The clean black wall provides the intricate route of the wall. Black is certainly beautiful.
4. Howling Hadrons (6b+) ★ right-hand side of wall with technical start and juggy finale.
The Back Wall
Perhaps, in many ways, this is the centrepiece of the quarry. Unfortunately, it does suffer from a large amount of seepage in the spring months. Once dry, it provides a fine collection of pitches on generally immaculate compact rock. The type of climbing is unique to the area. All of the routes need re-bolting.
1. The Quartz Bicycle (6c+) undercut flake, now gone. Needs rebolting and cleaning.
2. You Never can Tell (7a) ★ technical, fingery and blind at the top. Excellent introduction to the wall.
3. Palm Springs (7a+) ★★ the left-hand line of two superb face climbs. Sustained more than technical.
4. A Million Destinies (7a+) ★★ harder and even better than its left-hand twin. 'Tweeky' edge climbing at its best.
5. Stay Hungry E5 6a the crack. Dirty and needs bolting.
6. Digitorum Brevis (7b) ★★ the route of the wall. Named after a one-finger-move at one thirds height. Unthinkable.