18m.

Rockfax Description
The easiest line hereabouts kicks off straight away with strenuous moves to gain the flake-line. Sporty moves up this lead to the roof and a possible knee-bar rest before the fun really begins. Not the best warm-up for the Wall, but it's all there is. © Rockfax

FA. Keith Sharples, Phil Burke, Rory Gregory 1989. Supersedes an old route called Chain of Command which wandered over various routes in this 2000

Ticklists: Peak limestone north graded list - sport.


ClimberDateStyle
stp 30/Sep/14 Lead RP

Didn't see the last bolt until it was right in front of my face by which time I was too pumped on the slopey holds to clip. Next go with quickdraw in place meant you could clip before commiting to the bulge. Still felt pumpy though.

with Brody
shark 28/Sep/14 Lead O/S
Dan Jenkin 28/Sep/14 Lead β
with James Jacobs
highrepute 28/Sep/14 Lead β
mark20 28/Sep/13 Lead β
Hidden 19/Jun/13 Lead RP
Hidden 09/Jun/13 Lead RP
belay bunny turned bad 09/Jun/13 2nd
with loundsy
georgel 24/May/08 TR dog

Did all the moves. Very powerful. Will be hard to do the top crux with all that climbing below

with sarah
marcpontin ??/2008 Lead O/S
kristian ??/2008 Lead
Boy ??/2006 -
skygodley 19/Jun/05 Lead O/S
with John Flemming
robyn1 ??/2001 -
Roget 01/Jun/97 Lead O/S
with jon
Hidden 16/Jul/92 Lead O/S
Bulls Crack ??/1992 Lead RP
with AM
Hidden 28/Jul/91 Lead O/S
Hidden 28/May/90 Lead
Hidden 24/May/90 Lead
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
Rob slarke, AsleepOnBelay, Hidden, Hidden
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Style of ascent
Lead
Toproped
Followed
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Redpoint
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