10m.

Rockfax Description
A super-sketchy outing up the left edge of the blank slab. Start at a small overlap and climb up and left before tackling the final section direct. Usually done above mats as a classic highball slab but it was originally given E5. © Rockfax

FA. John Allen 1984. Direct start added by Graham Hoey.

Ticklists: Stanage Routes BMC Graded List, Best slab climbs of the UK, Peak Rock/16/Eighties Gritstone :The Shape of Things to Come, Peak Rock/18/A Boulder Primer, 3 Star Stanage.


ClimberDateStyle
nathanlee 08/Nov Sent x

Fell off the top chalking up a couple of winters ago.... Nearly split my tip first go today but superglue and tape did the trick. It's not over after the start! Amazing grit weather

with Crew
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 20/Sep Sent dnf
Boy 21/Jan/14 Sent
Andrew Jennings 08/Dec/09 Sent
with Caff, Ned, Adam Long
Hidden ?/Dec/09 -
Ian Broome 06/Jan/08 Solo dnf
Dave Musgrove Jnr 16/Feb/02 Sent

fantastic, thin climbing - similar to silk but more of it. Quite gripping high up.

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