Si dH - Lead O/S - 28/Apr/13 with Neil Furniss
liam - Solo O/S - 17/Apr/13 with Tim
Hidden - Lead β - 13/Apr/13
A small cam in the slot is useful.
James Oakes - Lead O/S - 13/Apr/13 with Liam Brown, Gareth Hooson
Not E3, but nicely delicate and balancy!
Dr Toph - Solo O/S - 01/Sep/12
Hidden - Lead O/S - 20/Jun/12
Hidden - 2012
Tony Kartawick - 2012
Nick Sillem - Lead O/S - 2012
nickmattia - Lead O/S - 23/Aug/11 with stephenhartley
stephenhartley - 2nd - 23/Aug/11 with nickmattia
Dave Foster - 2nd O/S - 14/Aug/11 with Si 2
Hidden - Lead O/S - 14/Aug/11
crimpy69 - TR - 02/Jul/11
The lower wall was harder than the traverse. Overgraded.
Brian Rodgers - Lead O/S - 11/Jun/11 with Simon Pape
Hidden - 2nd O/S - 11/Jun/11
Tamati - 2nd - May/11
Definitely a thought provoking traverse! Not so bad I couldn't enjoy it though.
Jonathan Hall - Lead - 30/Apr/11 with Will Ward
too easy for E3 and a little sandy, not particularly nice
r fizzle - Lead O/S - 18/Mar/11 with Chi Huo Cheng
the traverse is awful on the second, was going to swing into Great Harry if i came off.
Chi Cheng - 2nd O/S - 18/Mar/11 with Rachel Stater
First E3! It was E2 in my guide and looked easier then Suspense hence this instead of Suspense. A little scared getting on the ledge and then traversing but apart from that fine. Bomber micro-cams on the arete, had to abb for gear
joe.91 - Lead O/S - 01/Mar/11 with Kate Slack, Sarah Harrison
Coel Hellier - Lead - 17/Sep/10
Good route, fear wise E3 is the right grade. quite an easy 5b move though. Would be nasty if you fell from the left of the ledge.
robin heath - Lead O/S - 05/Jun/10
Hidden - Lead O/S - 12/Sep/09
dan gibson - 2nd O/S - 12/Sep/09 with michael porter
Never E3 just too easy, especially since the hard moves are near the start of the traverse. V Good though.
thomasadixon - Lead O/S - 23/Apr/09 with Becca
BeccaSnowden - 2nd O/S - 23/Apr/09 with Tom
Hidden - Lead O/S - 14/Mar/09
dan gibson - 2nd O/S - 14/Mar/09 with AJ
Nicos - Lead O/S - 22/Feb/09 with matt bates
smudge - Lead rpt - 25/Oct/08 with Dan Poulter
djp1 - 2nd - 25/Oct/08 with Dan Smith
smudge - 2nd O/S - 24/Sep/08 with Jude and Rob
Thought the runners on the arete were pretty good to be honest. I think you would deck from the far left of the ledge but the moves there arn't hard.
Somerset swede basher - Lead O/S - 29/Aug/08 with Laurence Davis
r@bag - 2nd O/S - 29/Aug/08 with Dom Sellars
John Roberts (JR) - Lead O/S - Aug/08
Hidden - Lead rpt - 20/Jul/08
Similar to 'thank god ledge' on halfdome - Looks like you can walk along the ledge on first appearance but a shuffling crawl seemed more appropriate when up there. Grade depends on what gear youve got. i would imagine a micro-cam in the last slot would make it feel much less bold. The cams in the flared incut on the arete didn't seem solid enough to hold the directional wires in place - in the event of a fall. If these fail the resultant fall ont to the good wires in the dubious block would be very big and scary. Soft E3 without the right micor-cams?
joe larner - Lead O/S - 25/Jun/08
madmats - 2nd O/S - 25/Jun/08 with joeL 90
roberto18 - Lead O/S - 04/Mar/08 with Matt Burdekin
Sean Kelly - 2008
Hidden - Lead O/S - 20/Sep/07
BenJacobs - 2nd O/S - 20/Sep/07 with PeakDJ
Bloody hell, it didn't look that scary from the ground! One good nut, a motley collection of micro-cams borrowed off some randoms and pretending the sloping ledge was 2ft from floor level helped enormously.
climbingpixie - Lead O/S - 13/Sep/07 with Dan
dpmUK - 2nd RP - 12/Sep/07 with climbingpixie
Hidden - Lead O/S - Jul/07
Jus - Lead O/S - 17/Mar/07
Hidden - 2nd O/S - Apr/04
tuftynick - Lead - 2000
nickcanute - 2000 with led or solo -various dates
Hidden - Lead - 05/Aug/97
Hidden - Lead - 31/Aug/92
Roget - Lead O/S - 23/Feb/92
Hidden - TR - 11/Jan/92
Hidden - Lead O/S - 07/Apr/91
Hidden - 1990
Hidden - Lead - 24/Jun/86
Dave Musgrove - AltLd - 26/Jun/85 with Kim Greenald
GordonHart - TR β - 1985
Ghastly Rubberfeet - 2nd - 1985
andy gittins - 1985
Mark Kemball - TR - 22/Oct/83
mark-abz - TR - 14/Apr/83 with Andy W
Hidden - Lead O/S - Oct/79
was HVS 5a in Nunns guide so since Kev had done it in walking boots 2 years before,thought i`d have a go! Nervy but made it ok,
mike bridges - Lead O/S - 10/Jun/79 with Kevin Bridges
I think this has turned out to be my first ever extreme though it was graded HVS 5a in the Paul Nunn guide at the time. Did it in my old walking boots protected by one small chock threaded with string.
KRB - Lead O/S - 09/Jun/77 with Tank