The centre of the roof is passed with difficulty using chalked slots to gain a flatty above - a great f6B problem. The final roof is crossed via a strenuous stretch (good cams) and is well worth doing since it contains the E4 bit. © Rockfax
FA. Steve Bancroft 1977
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|Dirk Uhlig||25/Nov/13||Sent O/S|
Got the start with a rope and rack on which was loads harder, but couldn't commit to the top with just the left- hand gear. I'll come back with a bigger friend for the top.
2 tries at the BP mantel but small crimps in the break too greasy. easier than it looks though for sure!
|Stone Muppet||26/Sep/11||Lead dnf||
Thought I could do this having pretty much sent the boulder start the previous evening. Learned three things. 1. it's harder with a rack of cams on. 2. it's harder when it's hot. 3. small sharp pebbles can rip a giant flapper in sweaty fingers. landed on my arse. doh!
Wimped out at the Final rockover
ben winston, rich cross
|Adam Booth||11/Mar/11||Lead O/S|
boulder problem start
ground up. nippy reach to finnish
|Tom Purnell||?/Nov/06||Sent x|
|Chris Reid||01/Nov/97||Lead O/S|
|Daniel Wrightson||??/1997||Sent x||
Worked means fallen off again and again and again...
slow hand nick