This climb is in 7 logbooks, and on 8 wishlists.
I led middle pitch. Route completely gripping. totally lived up to its name, it lures you in and you are right inside before you see the green dripping crux which you must conquer to escape the rising tide! Amazing position high up in the roof looking accross the high traverse to the chockstone. Photos do not do this route justice, you need to get in there and have a look, if you think you can get out again. . .
Andrew Wilson - AltLd - 11/Aug/12 with jon stewart
adventurous route! kit lead the first 2 pitches in a oner, P1 as described in ground up guide is a joke! nowhere near 12m and at 4a abit of a nonsense. The main pitch was very damp, everything was greasy, couldn't trust the footing at all! "jugs on the back of the chockstone" as mentioned in the guidebook did not materialise and resorted to a beached whale / grovelling / thrutching approach to get onto the chockstone. would happily repeat this in drier conditions, a great adventure and route! probably hard 5b / soft 5c. top tip - brush up on your hoisting drills before you go incase your second comes off moving onto the chockstone!
rustaldo - AltLd - 02/Jun/12 with Kit Perry
crux is wet, loose and hard- thats my excuse for catching some airtime. sick route!!
dan ely - AltLd dog - 27/Aug/11 with polly
its harder than 5b, awesome route tho.
centurion05 - 2nd rpt - 2011 with chris thorne
mux - AltLd O/S - 2011 with Neil Griffiths
Gus - Lead O/S - 02/May/04 with Rich Pickford
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 27/Aug/01
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
RusseyB, Hidden, rustaldo, tlmarjot, Hidden, Hidden, Hidden, Hidden