No.1 Buttress

(5 routes)

The small buttress to the left of the first cliff in the valley. On the west/ right hand side looking up hill, (the true left). At the lefthand side is a large fencepost. Right of this is a groove with 2 dead gorse bushes.

Altitude: 
30m
Type: 
Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Treachery 17
0
wire representing trad
The first cliff in the valley. On the front face, R of big fuschia tree. The RW trending crack leading to tree with rap sling.
Alan Hill, 2004
Redundant 17
0
wire representing trad
On the RH side of alcove, just before overhanging arete. Up the steep crack, then not well-protected finish to clifftop. Walk off to the R.
John Veronese, 2004
Sonic Bloom 13
0
wire representing trad
Start 2m R. Climb deep left leaning groove, step up and r onto ledge with ferns. Up wall finishing L of skyline bulge.
Alan Hill, 2004
Pre-emptive Burp 14
0
wire representing trad
Up lichenous pillar to L of alcove, then obvious R-L trending cleft.
Alan Hill, 2004
Communicate 14
0
wire representing trad
Climb the wall 1m R of this groove.
Pete Gresham, 2004
Attribution: 
Notes from Allan Hill & Tony Burnell.