|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Oliver Houston||18/May/14||TR dog|
Delightful little route. Elegant and dainty.
Ben, mapperley samurai
David Alcock, Ben Moss
|Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing||?/Sep/13||Solo|
With triglyph, was certainly my misery. Shockingly couldn't get started on either
|Graeme Hammond||05/Sep/12||Solo O/S||
vdiff extreme squeeze.
Did as part of the crack school with the "wide boyz". Was struggling to make any progress in the middle until Tom spotted I wasn't using the chicken wing to it's full potential. I had the rope wrapped around my arm which was causing problems. Once that was sorted, I managed to fight my way to the top - Brilliant!! Need to go back and lead it next time.
a real giggle. start is tricky - covered rocks with a couple of mats and bouldering stylee spotting for start.
Difficulty increased directly proportional to gifted-ness of ones chest. For once, big 'jugs' are not an advantage.
easier facing left, use a high heel hook where it narrows
|Tony Holdsworth||05/Jun/10||Lead O/S||
a route for practising every udging techique known to man - great fun!
|victim of mathematics||28/Apr/10||Lead O/S||
Probably the best route in the world.
45min epic. Triumph of wriggling over gravity (and working out the crafty finishing move for those who don't really fit)
|edd rab||11/May/09||2nd O/S|
Couldn't commit to the final moves - down climbed to live to fight another day.
could not get out of the offwidth
|Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH||07/Aug/04||Solo O/S|