Modern Times* E5 6b
25m. The Beautiful Steep white wall. One peg placed in 1984, may or may not still be there - apparently this was in the upper headwall?? Dodgey old ring peg low down REPLACED APRIL 2014 (although this peg was in place long before the route was climbed - maybe it was for a traverse?).
Jon Bassindale
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Bad route to warmup on up then steady second go. Well protected by fiddly gear
brices - Lead RP - 23/Apr/15 with Remus

Hidden - Lead β - 23/Apr/15

good route. got lost on the headwall and ended up out on the arete and fell off. stayed more left afterwards and it made more sense.
Ged Desforges - 2015

all done but the top move as was feeling too cold! Would definitely go if I did a few circuits and gave it a bit of heart. Awesome route. Safe if effort is put into protecting it.
Stanners - TR dnf - 28/Dec/14 with Mark Davis, Jack Bradbrook

Probably the most sustained route at the crag, 20 metres of continuous english 5c/6a climbing although it was freezing so may not be quite so hard in warmer conditions, the top move (crux) in isolation didn't feel any harder than 6a but I think on a lead attempt from the ground placing the gear pump factor could make it feel much harder -6b, I think the whole route is somewhere in the f7a+/7b region to do in one go, a heck of a good line though.
Quarryboy - TR dog - 28/Dec/14 with Rob Stanfield, Mark Davies

T ny - 2010

T ny - 1999

serby - Lead - 1999

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