28m. This now has an independent lower off and can be climbed as a 28m 7b+ sport route - albeit a little run out in places (take a couple of slings for 2 solid threads).

D. Lyon 1988

Ticklists: North Wales Limestone Sport 7s.


ClimberDateStyle
jonleighton 03/Oct Lead O/S

Really good, although perhaps not 3 stars IMO. At the top, I missed the lower off bolts - I clipped one of them and didn't see the other, then went questing off into the unknown before eventually realising I needed to come back down. The lower off bolts are actually smaller than the rest of the bolts so that's confusing (not saying they're unsafe, just that they don't look like a lower off).

Hidden 18/Sep Lead dog
Adam Booth 18/Sep Lead dog

Quick os attempt, ended just before the thread. Probably lucky not to decapitate myself on the roof! Then bolt to bolt to the top - save some for the end!

Hidden ??/2016 -
Hidden 31/Oct/15 Lead RP
Hidden 07/Aug/15 Lead O/S
dswansonlow 01/Aug/15 Lead RP
with Mike G
dswansonlow 01/Aug/15 Lead RP
with Mike G
Hidden 19/Aug/14 Lead RP
LRob 19/Aug/14 Lead β

Very good. Tricky to onsight. Threads could do with replacement, or dare I say it, bolt????

ksjs 29/Aug/13 Lead dog

1 go to put draws in and then an unsuccessful redpoint. Good moves and, like Nouvelle Cuisine, contrasting styles between bottom and top. 'Easy' but with a tricky finish.

with tommy
switch 11/Jul/09 Lead dog

bolt-to-bolt until the bolts ran out.

Steve Crowe ??/1998 Lead dog

Ground up with some falls.

with KM
Mike Owen 13/Jun/92 Lead O/S
with Elaine Owen
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