Rockfax Description
The first in a series of quality E4s is probably the easiest of the bunch. Start at the far left-hand end of the grassy ledge and climb a crack to a peg. Follow a flake above then trend rightwards (peg) to a grassy finish. © Rockfax

FA. Jim Moran, John Reagan 1976

Ticklists: Peak Rock/13/The Limestone Revolution.

Duncan Campbell 16/Jun/14 2nd

Pretty good - more kit than the fluttery heart symbol in the RF would suggest. In fact I'd say it was fairly well protected.

with Robbie
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 16/Jun/14 Lead
mike mo ??/2014 -
Hidden 04/Sep/12 Lead O/S
Brown 05/Apr/09 Lead O/S
with Henry
mattyork2 28/Oct/08 Lead O/S

Got a little scared on this and struggled on the slopey foot holds. Great moves up into the groove from the overhang but suspect rock in the cam 3 placement which could fall on belayer in case of fall. Micro higher wasn't too inspiring either. Really pleased to get up it though and keen to try No Entry to the right on next visit. Great Day!

Hidden ??/2007 -
Dave Bond 07/Jun/06 Lead O/S
timbanton ?/Jun/06 -
Hidden 04/Jul/04 Lead rpt
steveb2006 13/May/98 Lead dog

Fall twice

with Rob Gambles
steveb2006 10/Aug/97 Lead

Not quite as good as the other E4's but still good

with Rob Gambles
Billg 13/Mar/93 Lead O/S
with Phil McAllistair
Hidden 31/Jul/88 2nd β
Derek Furze ??/1986 -
andy gittins ??/1985 -
Ian Jones ??/1983 Lead O/S
with John Meyers, John Kirk, Mick Ward, Mick Bailey, Rich Lewis
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