Pleasure and pain are both dished out in large amounts on this fine route. Climb up and left past a tufa to a very bouldery sequence that gains an easing below a bulge. Above this steep moves out left gain a rest before a long but safe run-out to the lower-off at the left-hand end of the long overhang. © Rockfax
FA. Paul Cornforth 1985
Ticklists: Very good routes in the UK.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Rich Kirby||04/Oct||Lead β||
Superb. Great beta From Martin.
|Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing||23/Aug||Lead RP||
Went for the on-sight but blew it traversing right onto the ledge/rest. Went down next go, but due to the amount of skin the first effort took I certainly had to try hard!
Great route - 1st RP.
In light rain. Went up to put the draws in and didn't fall
another pain fest but nice moves. Couldn't do the crux moves. Full sun didn't help but don't think I could have done them anyway. I really don't do well at Chaplehead!
iain kev and Ewen
had already climbed the lower half on super duper, brilliant climbing
|C coldwell-storry||10/Aug/12||Lead RP||
2nd RP went the wrong way on the first. great route
Got draws in then got on second try afterwards. Exacting route: crimpy, powerful, and exacting - lots of precision required.
Rob and Sam
|whispering nic||?/Aug/03||Lead O/S||
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||30/Jun/96||Lead RP||
|Steve Crowe||??/1992||Lead RP||