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Very wet and slippery! Not sure this route ever dries out! Found some crag swag in the form of a bulldog! You know it's a good quality rock climb when you find winter gear insitu in turf!
tobyk - Lead O/S - 19/Sep/15 with Emma Akam
great climb would be easy if it was dry but it wasn't and this made it very interesting, great day out with stunning views.
ragabond007 - AltLd - 06/Sep/14
Hidden - AltLd - 20/Aug/14
Traditional. Some memorable pitches but probably best after a week of dry weather. The giants steps are excellent.
Paulo H - AltLd O/S - 20/Aug/14
Matthew Robinson - Solo - 05/Aug/14
DanChad - 2nd O/S - 14/Jun/14 with Richard Bower, Chris Murray
Richard led P1, 2 and maybe some of 3 (the guidebook description isn't that good). I led the rest. Highlight of the climb is the flake chimney. Overall, a very interesting "traditional" mountaineering experience complete with vegetation, route-finding problems thanks to the FRCC Lakes Guide, and an excape onto the ridge up a loose chossy gully.
Le Chevalier Mal Fet - AltLd - 14/Jun/14 with Dan Chadfield, Richard Bower
Seemed tough. I thought it harder than Bowfell Buttress or Flat Crags Climb. Particularly on the last of the 3 steps R at the top but also on the moves L low down.
harold walmsley - Solo O/S - 30/Jul/11
jon59 - AltLd - 26/Apr/11
Mark Collins - Solo O/S - 12/Sep/09
Hidden - AltLd - Apr/09
Hidden - 24/Sep/08
steve prior - Lead - Jun/08 with Roger C
Chris Davids - Lead O/S - 17/May/08 with Malcolm
Howard J - AltLd O/S - 31/Jul/04 with John Waterhouse
Wet and ridiculously slippery. Pitch 4 - Pleasant chimney? Pah. Did the first four pitches, deteriorated into climbing in socks, using Victorian combined tactics and lasooing pinnacles with long slings etc before getting benighted (this was an evening outing after work and we'd already done Bowfell Buttress) and beating a sensible abseil retreat.
EddieA - AltLd dnf - 14/Jul/95 with Simon W
Iain Thow - Solo - 29/May/89
First Winter ascent.
Bob - AltLd O/S - 05/Jan/86 with D. Seddon