Rockfax Description
A major route tackling the roof at its widest point which gives good moves separated by decent rests and the odd bit of dodgy rock. The best positioned sport route in the Peak! It is usually done in one huge (40m) pitch but then lowered-off in stages. © Rockfax

FFA. Kristian Clemmow (2004). FA. (1pt aid) A.Pollitt 1987

Ticklists: Classic Hard Peak Limestone, Peak Rock/15/The Dawn of Sport:A Bolt From the Blue, Peak limestone north graded list - sport.

Daniel Heath 27/Jun Lead dog

Couldn't hold the swing on those terrible holds!

Hidden 27/Jun Lead dnf
MartinPL 24/Aug/14 Lead

First time this day, with hanging quickdraws on lead. 7 days spent on route all together (3 about march-april when was cold or wet or both) rest in August. Brilliant route, very steep and very exposed. Beware on the part after no hand rest, passing the next two bolts- that place dropped me last week after success in crux below :)

NDD 25/Jun/14 Lead

Great line. 2nd go

with tony stone
Ethan 27/May/13 Lead
with Don Walker
Hidden 25/May/12 Lead RP
lx 29/Sep/11 Lead

used a couple of wires on the start. Easy climbing to the first bolt, (about 6a+), but 1st bolt is about 15m up!

with andy barker
jondude 01/Oct/09 -
Cassidy 06/Aug/09 Lead RP
with Paul Williamson
Hidden 16/Jul/08 Lead RP
kristian ??/2004 Lead RP


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High 8a+
Mid 8a+
Low 8a+
High 8a
Mid 8a
Low 8a
High 7c+
Mid 7c+
Low 7c+
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Style of ascent
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