Climb the slabby rib to the roof. Traverse left to a flake (last runners) then swing around the corner and finish up the scary wall on sloping holds. No sneaking off left, though many do! © Rockfax
Ticklists: Ron Fawcetts 100 extremes in a day.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Cheeky finishing moves.
out on left slightly ashamed
|Sebastien Gastaud||18/Jun/12||2nd O/S|
Quite sandy, fell off loads. Fun route.
Andrew Gibbon, Alessandro Bau
Did this by mistake! Thought it was the E1 to the left - Pegasus Buttress, ended up doing my first E2! Ridiculously low protection leading to very delicate slab manouevers with definite groundfall potential. I set a runner right down at the bottom so my belayer could run back to take in and I think that would have worked but it didnt make it any less scary. If it wasnt for the fact that I was already committed by the time the crux came up I may well have bailed out.
|Alex Mason||23/Sep/08||Lead O/S||
Got under roof and bailed out right because conditions were bad, but even so tough for the grade.
Started up overhanging wall, finished up this route left of the roof - with several falls
|Ian Parnell||28/Aug/07||Lead O/S|
Rounded, green and scary
First weekend out leading. Second ever lead.
|Chris the Tall||?/Jun/98||TR||