Hard and thin with decent enough gear. Great steady lead from Bob especially as he led it by mistake and thought he'd done an HVS variation! finished up doorpost.
George.Rowland - 2nd - 27/Jun/15 with Bob Peters
Had no intention of doing the eliminate. Must have gone this way when I followed Gerry Taylor up it in 2007. Nice link with top 2 pitches of doorpost.
Bob Peters - Lead O/S - 27/Jun/15 with George Rowland
Hidden - Lead O/S - 08/Jun/14
alice fuller - 2nd - 08/Jun/14 with kafoozalem
Pete led main pitch - we finished up top pitch of Thin Wall Special
Brian H - 2nd rpt - 08/Jun/14 with Kafoozalem
gowla - 2nd - 08/Apr/14 with Max
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 01/Mar/14
Hidden - Lead O/S - 03/Apr/13
Hidden - Lead O/S - 2012
I agree this route is E2 5b for most people. However, for the (very) shorties, this is E4 5c, as the last move in the hard section is a lot harder than any other moves, a definite 5c, for the shorts (whereas pointlessly easy for those with a normal reach) with a real decking potential. My 9-metres fall from there was miraculously stopped by a skyhook.
masa-alpin - Lead dog - 30/Apr/11 with Jo B, Doug S
Worth a star really.
drysori - Lead - 24/Apr/10
Hidden - 2nd dog - Apr/10
Hidden - 2010
wojt - Lead - 2006
Hidden - Lead O/S - 25/May/03
andy_pemberton - Lead - 2002
NickP - 2000
Nigel Coe - Lead - 29/May/98 with Tim Dunsby
Andy Say - Lead O/S - 03/Jun/94
Hidden - Lead - 17/Aug/91
Hidden - Lead O/S - Aug/90
Dave Rumney - Lead - Jun/90
jcw - 1986 with Simon Caterall