Up the leaning arete on its right side by technical laybacking and long reaches, until a grasping exit round the arete becomes essential. Swinging around a couple of moves earlier reduces the grade to a more sensible E1 5b. © Rockfax
FA. Gary Gibson 1979
Ticklists: Ron Fawcetts 100 extremes in a day.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|James Oakes||04/Oct/14||Solo β||
Up and down a few times to sus out the crux.
|Matthew Ferrier||11/Mar/14||Solo O/S||
With a pad. Gem of a route, hidden in plain sight!
George, Alex McCann
Awesome laybacking with great feet, felt very steady for 6a. Can get a little green though. Will be back to lead/solo.
good highball V3, finished to the L
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||26/Oct/11||Lead||
Did finish, but finished the E1 variation (clean). Don't want folk thinking I climb E4.
|Harry Holmes||24/Apr/11||TR O/S||
lead the e1 variation 3 times. Its too easy to escape from
|Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH||01/Sep/04||Solo G/U||
Did the E1 5b version
Easy (HVS) finish.