This climb is in 15 logbooks, and on 1 wishlist.
Climbed on the left or right and what's with the runout? Marred by weird bolting and the ankle threatening hard top wall.
jkarran - Lead - 18/Aug/12 with Grant
Martin Haworth - Lead RP - 20/May/12 with John Brannock
Also did 6C (shell super?) on the wall to the right of the arÍte.
Brannock - 2nd - 20/May/12
Clip stick very useful, top wall hard
Haszko - Lead dog - 06/Mar/12 with Dave Kidd
David Smith - 2011
More strange bolting. 1st bolt is high up, so take care getting to this although the moves are easy. Then a potential deck out clipping the 2nd bolt, which is clipped blind around the arete. No sign of any bolts above. Scary. I missed out this section and climbed the groove to the right. Then still tricky layback moves on loose rock with a couple of bolts on the top wall. I thought it highly possible that a fall here would mean hitting the (massive) ledge from ankle breaking height. Worth the risk for a chossy f6b+? I thought not and lowered off. This isn't sport climbing, and should be graded as such. Or at least a note in the guide book to tell if the percieved injury potential is real or not. I was quite angry at the time.
Bart Shaw - Lead dnf - 08/Jul/10 with Luke
Hidden - Lead O/S - 12/Jun/10
nickcanute - Lead - 2010
goi.ashmore - Lead O/S - 19/Jun/09 with John Marsland
John Marsland - 2nd dog - 18/Jun/09 with Goi
Hidden - Lead O/S - 20/Jan/09
alaan - Lead O/S - 14/Aug/08 with Phil
Jarin - Lead O/S - 27/Mar/07 with Martin
Hidden - Lead - Jan/07
Roget - Lead O/S - 26/Sep/98 with jon
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