A stunning line with brilliant moves on perfect rock. Climb the tufa and bulging wall to finish up a slim exposed corner high on the buttress. © Rockfax
FA. Paul Ingham 1986. The most popular of Paul Ingham's routes climbed at Chapel Head during the mid 1980s.
Ticklists: Kendal Wall's Best 100 climbs in Britain.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|sam clingclangclimb||29/Sep||Lead dnf||
|sam clingclangclimb||27/Sep||TR dnf|
Good beta from Welshy.
pinch gopping wet
1 rest (cold fingers)
2nd session / 2 rests
Went to the top don't know if that counts as extension.
clean to the top, really good climbing!
|C coldwell-storry||11/Jul/11||Lead RP||
put the clips in then, 1st redpoint. did it to the top. wicked climbing.
AMAZING ROUTE. So pleased to have finally ticked it! Super powerful, sustained and fingery. Psyched. Couldn't comment on the grade as it's my first at 7b+.
Got it first redpoint! Tried the extension but fell off near the top.
Full version to the top
Gnarly crimp fest
Paul Williamson, Jonny Stocking, McGeek, Neil Busby
bit nippy 4 7b+. Harder than yer average yorkshire 7c
|Dave Douglas||?/Jun/06||Lead RP|
|whispering nic||?/Aug/03||Lead RP|
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||29/Jun/96||Lead RP||
|andy farnell||??/1996||Lead RP||
Worth 7c to the top of the crag. Now bolted all the way. A fantastic outing, one of the best at the grade I've ever done.
|Steve Crowe||20/Jun/93||Lead RP|