start about a meter and a half away from headend chimney, until you reach your gear! (two pockets just below half way, just inderneath the tiny overhang) start of crux secuence: move up up to a sloping crimp, to a tiny rail! (chalk up!) then to the crux move, now high above gear, you can move from the rail two ways, one: dyno straight to the not atall bomber jug, or ...option two: move from the rail to a side-pull crimp (which is alot less strenuous than the dyno, but could eaisily throw you off ballance! then a little pop to the top! make sure not to miss the jug or you will hit the deck(the gear will rip!)

Peter Blair

Oli Beswick 29/Aug TR

I Will give it a lead!

OllieF 20/Nov/14 Solo rpt
with Ben
Hidden 20/Nov/14 Lead O/S
OllieF 16/Sep/14 Solo O/S

E1 5a max.. Small but positive holds!

emmswhit 16/Sep/14 TR O/S
carlyframe 16/Sep/14 2nd O/S
sparkass 14/Apr/14 Lead O/S

Actually pretty fun. Probably a tad easy for the grade

petegunn 27/Mar/14 Solo
petegunn 20/Sep/13 Solo
with Davina
barni 20/May/12 Solo O/S

E1 5a, b at a strentch. Small holds but super positive. Enjoyed the climb

with Ami
Hidden 27/Mar/12 2nd O/S
apd 27/Mar/12 Lead rpt

I like it, it's just a bit of fun at a quarry where grades that aren't too hard. Making the best of what is there.

with Will
Chriswynn ?/Mar/12 -

The ultimate contrived route...! If you have to specifiy individual holds to that degree, it's not really going to be an independant line now, is it?

apd 09/Jan/12 -
with Will
Hidden 29/May/11 Lead O/S
themountaintamer 13/Feb/10 Lead O/S
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