12m. The north-facing wall is arduous and bold. From the top of the crack leap out right to a crappy, creaking flake. Stuff some gear behind this if you want but it has been tested and it doesn't hold! When prepared, climb the centre of the wall direct to a finish guaranteed to focus the mind somewhat! © Rockfax
FA. Simon Nadin 1986
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
3rd E7! Really cool route! 2nd session, felt much better than last time without the wind! Found the crux was the move off the creaky flake. Found the mantel ok (maybe 6a). Didn't bother with gear behind flake (it looked awful!!). A lot of 6a/b moves above a rather painful looking groundfall
Pumpy, warm and scrittly. Quality moves though
Grit season underway. Soft E7 if your tall. Video here - vimeo.com/30313234
|Ed Booth||19/Sep/11||TR dog||
Wow, scary. from flake to the first ripple wast tricky, didnt do the next one. Top out would be scary as fuck. looked like a few alright rp 3/4 placements in the flake. as much mental as anything.
|dominic lee||09/Apr/11||Lead RP|
Too tired to commit to the mantle on the lead. Downclimbed taking gear out on the way.
Emma Curry, Aron Urbanics, Bence Lam
Fantastic route, though probably a bit overgraded at E7
|Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH||17/Feb/08||Lead RP||
Awesome experience! :o) The flake takes a good camelot C3 and a dodgy WC Zero 4
|Jon Read||?/Aug/01||Lead RP||
No mats. Bullock tried to lead it after me, and fell off ripping the skyhook, just missing my head as I ran off towards the road. Exciting.
|andi turner||??/1999||Lead RP||
A scary lead on a scary, misty day.