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Very tenuous moves and technical placements when you find them.
philhilo - Lead O/S - 25/Nov/12 with misha
This has possibly got harder since a year ago as there's a rock scar where what might have been a flake came off fairly recently. Now there are a couple of fairly thin moves and the small hook that I slipped off last year (see that log) feels solid by comparison! Took some figuring out and hanging around on the bolt on the first go, eventually did it using some placements out right. Got it clean second go. I've voted easy M6+ as the thin section is harder than Apples.
Misha - Lead RP - 17/Nov/12 with Phil
Second go. Personally i thought the two routes to the left of the tree were as hard, if not harder, than all the routes to the right. The two routes to the left involve a couple of quite tenuous, crumbly holds, whereas the routes to the right generally follow good cracks.
Adam Booth - Lead rpt - 27/Nov/11
edmitchell - TR dog - 27/Nov/11 with Ed Booth
First tried it on a top rope as this was my first ever dry tooling route and I'd forgotten my harness so had to make a sling harness. Slipped off a few times on the crux moves at the top. Tried leading later and annoyingly slipped off the ok hold at the bottom of the triangular notch, otherwise clean. Should be able to do clean.
Misha - Lead dog - 27/Nov/11 with Adam Booth
frost - Lead - 26/Nov/11 with Clare
Tom Livingstone - Lead O/S - 08/Nov/11 with Will Hardy
Hard finish, looks like a semi crucial flake has flaked off! Probably deserves another grade now as it is just possible.
Andrew Wilson - Lead O/S - 10/Oct/11 with Tony Womersley
Andrew Wilson - Lead rpt - 10/Oct/11 with Tony Womersley
Hidden - 06/Feb/11
wi11 - Lead RP - 19/Nov/10 with Rob G
halfmanhalfbiscuit - Lead β - Nov/10
zero six - Lead β - Nov/10