Rockfax Description
24m. The superb leaning groove is approached via the poor crack and grubby cave below. Despite the inauspicious start the main groove is superb, offering well protected but unrelenting and technical climbing on an ever-uphill line, just keep pushing on and the holds keep arriving. © Rockfax

FA. Jim Fogg 1969 FFA. Hank Pasquill 1981

Ticklists: Lancashire's Finest, ROCKFAX Western Grit Grade List, Wilton wanderers.

Jacob Bloodworth 29/Aug Lead G/U

Second go.

dave mann ??/2016 Lead G/U

Failed on first go at the ledge got flash pump through not warming up.Bagged second time.

khawk 13/Jul/15 Lead rpt
khawk 09/Jul/15 Lead dog
middlevern ??/2015 -
Hidden 21/May/14 Lead O/S
masa-alpin 01/Oct/13 Lead dog

I got really pumped, failed to work out the best sequence to establish myself above the sloping ledge, and fell off. Great route!

with Max C
br01wny ??/2012 Lead dnf
Hidden 03/Jul/10 Lead O/S
lukehunt 23/Jun/10 Lead O/S
with Sam Dewhurst
datoon 20/Jun/10 Lead O/S

Hard after the crucial hold has come off. Nearly fluffed it at the end.

with S & K
JulesV 09/May/10 Lead O/S

Super direct start not recommended.. Possibly E5 now hold broken in the groove.

with Shauna Cunningham
Toby Dunn 08/Aug/09 Lead O/S
with Nick Verney
Tony Little 03/May/07 Lead O/S

Quite pumpy, once commited to the groove.

with Darren
Hidden 17/Jun/06 2nd dog
Hidden 05/Jul/01 Lead O/S
mattnuttall 30/Apr/93 Lead dog

one fall

with Gareth Parry
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