Bumps Day Out 30m VS 4c ★★
02-Jan-2017, James Dickinson, Jennifer Wood

The route climbs the obvious clean wall on the E facing side of the crag. Start on a grass terrace below the face.

Climb the right arete of a large fractured flake to its top. Step across onto the slabs above and get established below a small roof. Use a large quartz hold to get onto the slabs above. Gear is minimal around this crux (Micro wires are useful).

 

A great little route with varied character and exposure.

Editor’s Note. Over the years a number of routes have been recorded on this crag (see Dow, Duddon and Slate 1994). The relationship between this route and the pre-existing ones is unclear.

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