12m. The roof-crack above the final traverse of Crack and Wall is hard to enter. The name refers to the hip joint, a clue as how to approach the moves. © Rockfax
Al Manson 1973
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|andy jennings||23/Aug||2nd O/S||
|Calum Wadsworth||09/Nov/14||Lead β||
Quite good, been meaning to have a bash a this for a while. On Harry's gear.
Harry, Phillip Wadsworth
|Tom McCabe||25/Oct/14||TR O/S||
Greta led Crack and Wall, followed a little more direct... harder to get out of than into the crack!
|Mike Todd||28/Sep/14||Lead O/S||
Started up crucifix then up flutings , great !
|Tony Holdsworth||28/Jun/11||2nd rpt||
|Cragrat Rich||16/Oct/10||Lead O/S||
Erm... Contorted, twisted, slopey, messy and thankfully I suppose, short lived. Even gave the 70 odd year old super hex a run out! :0
Found this far harder than I thought I would. Nails.
climbed before. awkward even on second
|simon kimber||?/Apr/10||Lead O/S|
|Will Hunt||04/Jun/08||Lead dog||
1 fall from the crux. Lowered to a rest before completing it. Very strenuous but plenty of protection. Will have to stop trying strenuous E1s as warm ups.
|Simon Perry||04/Jun/07||2nd O/S||
|Phill Mitch||??/2007||Lead O/S||
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||11/Oct/90||Lead|
|Southern Mark Smith||??/1990||-|
|craig h||07/Aug/89||Lead O/S||