10m. Using the shot-hole with the left hand dyno for the obvious ledge. Slopers on the wall above may just give enough grip for an even harder dyno to the half-way ledge. Most mortals will move further right to share holds on the crux of the Bike Shop which is easier but scarier! From the break move left to climb the bulge and upper crack. This is more straightforward but still a challenge for those of a nervous disposition!

Nigel Baker, Dave Musgrove, Keith Morgan (7a version) ).The lower wall was top-roped by the direct 7b method by Ben Hirst before the bolts were placed. 04/Jul/2009

scott quinn 25/Oct Lead β

On Toms clips knew about a hold on the sloping ledge

Tom.Priestley 25/Oct Lead dog

Didn't know about the reach across left. Could've got the redpoint if I was willing to faff.

Mark A Humphries 25/Mar Lead RP

1st redpoint attempt

with Terry Robinson
Hidden ??/2014 Lead O/S
petekeron 16/May/13 Lead RP
Dickon151 16/May/13 Lead O/S
ludders 07/May/13 TR dnf
Hidden 01/Jul/11 Lead
chris_j_s 21/Apr/11 Lead O/S
ewen 19/Mar/10 Lead RP


Hidden ??/2010 -
Hidden 26/Sep/09 Lead
marky 30/Aug/09 Lead O/S
with John
Rich Kirby 12/Jul/09 Lead O/S
with Kev & Keri
Hidden 10/Jul/09 Lead O/S
Dave Musgrove ?/Jul/09 -
Hidden ?/Jul/09 Lead
High 7a+
Mid 7a+
Low 7a+
High 7a
Mid 7a
Low 7a
High 6c+
Mid 6c+
Low 6c+
Votes cast 5
Votes cast 5
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