18m.

Rockfax Description
The finger-crack doesn't quite make it to the floor but is one of the best trad lines on the sandstone. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The classic finger jamming crack has a difficult start. The Mau Mau and the Heaven Crack of sandstone!
Now with a bolted lower off shared with previous route.

M.Crocker & M.Ward 31.12.1988 31/Dec/1988

Ticklists: 20 For 2016.


ClimberDateStyle
Ollie B 17/May Lead RP

Was raining when we arrived so threw a rope down, damp in places and raining on and off during the lead. OS on TR, so led. Good kit constantly after first few metres which aren't too tricky but insecure jams due to lichen and rain meant it was a bit meaty.

with B.Brewer
Kevin Woods 19/Mar Lead RP

Brilliant.

guy xavier percival 12/Aug/15 Lead β

One of the best E5's on SW Sandstone. The second half is a lot easier than the first. Had a look at the gear on the way down from nose picker

with paul
dmacmorris 12/Feb/15 Solo RP

First ever (and probably only) solo ascent of Thumbsucker at Treherbert Quarrry. After a full day of TR I went back to look at bottom gear and decided to go for the solo, only took me like 3 to 4 hours to psych for it. Without a doubt the hardest mental challenge I have ever faced. If you wondering "What made you go for it" listen to Defying Gravity from Wicked the musical. I would say this is defiantly a 6b tech rather than 6a.

shoulders 16/Aug/14 TR
goi.ashmore 22/Jun/14 Lead β

Solid E5,6a. Pretty technical at the start too. Much harder than Nosepicker.

with Roy Thomas
dickypips 13/Jun/14 TR β

felt nails.4 star route

with richie
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