60m. Popular way up the right-hand side of the face weaving around on snowed up ledges but broadly follwing a slight gully. Finishes quite low down on summit ridge.

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admackie 22/Jul Solo

summer conditions, not sensible but fun particularly the "treadmill bowl" like a slowly descending three pebble slab with a death fall. definately get on it, maybe take your kids or hysterical girlfriend

with rob
dr_botnik 22/Jul Solo O/S

Part an enchainment with winnats pass ridge lines in summer conditions, scary choss fest.

bullybones 25/Jan/13 Solo
DerwentDiluted 22/Jan/13 Solo
A Crook 22/Jan/13 AltLd O/S

I think this is what we did, after looking at pictures Went to do Blue John Rib, but visibility was down to a few metres, all ribs looked the same from close up so we guessed. Gear basically bull dogs and warthogs (which can be and were nailed directly into the shale.) French Grade IV/1. great fun for after work shenanigans

NeilGriffiths 22/Jan/13 AltLd

Dense mist and dark and not knowing the face led to us missing Blue John Rib. This route is best fit! After work mucky messing.

with Adam
pete1993 05/Feb/12 Solo
Jake Young 05/Feb/12 Solo O/S
paulharmer 06/Dec/10 2nd

Climbed at night after work temperature gauge said -15c, great evenings entertainment....

with Sam Glas, Vernon Bayliss
Botion 30/Nov/10 Solo O/S
Iain Thow 31/Dec/09 Solo

Done various starts up the lower scoops.

Brown 24/Dec/09 Solo O/S
with John
Sankey 07/Feb/09 Solo

A bit more snow than the main gully, bit more interest too but finishes short of the summit

with Andy E
andyebbens ?/Feb/09 Solo
with Steve E
nickcanute ??/1990 Solo
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