The lower arete is very bold requiring unprotected, rounded and scary laybacking. More like a sensible E1 5c with side-runners. © Rockfax
FA. Gary Gibson 1980
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Chris lead up Apple Arete and I seconded this. Very sweaty conditions caused me to pop off high up but I didn't find it too hard. Tempted to lead it in good conditions.
Need to come back to this, felt easy on a rope!
|Jonathan Hall||09/Mar/14||2nd rpt|
Tried it on the left but had to swing back right
will deffinately be back to lead this one when im fit again!
On the shunt. Had a confidence issue trusting the shunt the first time as it got caught up but got it second go.
I seem to remember trying this ages ago and bailing off it into one of the nearby routes. No problems this time, started on the right, pulled round left to go for the break.
|Ram MkiV||13/Nov/10||Solo rpt||
not really even a route. whack eliminate but nice moves
i'ma solo solo
Unfortunately I placed side runners and one in the break effectively making this a top rope!. Did the lower moves without any gear. Loz thougt it was VS!!
noodle the labradoodle
Possibly cheated a bit with a foot in the crack
|Ram MkiV||30/Oct/07||Solo O/S||
reeve, barrows & toby
|Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe||??/2005||-|
Erwin, Snod et al
With E2 side runner
Did the direct after Gra lead the normal route. Thought it 5a / 5b
|Chris the Tall||??/1995||TR||