Rockfax Description
16m. The wide corner is a titanic struggle for most, wedging-a-way up is the only option though those with strong arms and little imagination can layback, though hey may end up shitting blue lights as the top approaches. For those who haven't had enough Green Streak is a finish up the hanging crack in right wall reached by a gritty hand traverse © Rockfax

FA. Don Whillans 1948/Steve Bancroft 1973

Ticklists: Gritstone's finest gruesome and damaging struggles, ROCKFAX Western Grit Grade List, Wide Cracks, Moorland Grit - The Essential Selection (Over The Moors), Peak Rock/6/ The Emergence of Joe Brown and Don Whillans, Thrutch and Clutch, WideBoyz Crack School.

switch 03/Oct 2nd O/S

Sustained laybacking, made harder by the lichen still being a little damp. Could do with a good scrub down.

with John S
jon22 03/Oct Lead dog
with si witcher
Hidden 21/Jun/14 Lead O/S
andi turner ??/2013 -
Frank the Husky ??/2013 -
Graeme Hammond 24/Mar/12 Lead O/S
with Jim
Jim Slater 24/Mar/12 2nd O/S

Absolutely exhausting and lost a fair amount of blood in the process. Never again.

Alex Thompson 17/Apr/11 Lead dnf

1st groundfall from halfway. Ouch.

walts4 ??/2011 -
Pete Graham 11/May/08 Lead
with James Fleming
Hidden ?/Sep/03 Lead RP
charlesmfrench 13/Jul/02 Lead
goi.ashmore 06/May/95 Lead O/S
with Matt Hirst
ste_d 25/Aug/93 2nd O/S
with mik
Hidden 27/Aug/90 2nd
uphillnow ??/1984 2nd
Sean Kelly ??/1977 -

E1!!!! This was only VS in the old guide when I did this in the 70's.

with Graham Thompson & Steve Berisford
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