Very technical above the break. Looks like some of the placements have been eroded away. This felt way too hard for the grade. Could do with a maillon on the lower-off to replace the old snap-gate carabiner, plus a hanger on the second bolt at the top. Couldn't recommend it to a friend in its current state.
Pete_Frost - Lead dog - 27/Jul/15 with Jeannie Sherwood
Hidden - TR dog - 07/Dec/14
Andrew Sloan - TR dog - 07/Dec/14
Pleas leave gear for all to use
Dave Almond - Lead RP - 01/Nov/14 with Simon Frost
ffdalton - Lead - Jan/14 with John Beard
jon22 - Lead - 15/Dec/13 with john nesbit
Nearly popped off trying to gain the ledge at half height. Long reach to thin holds at the top.
Big Lee - Lead O/S - 08/Dec/13 with Anna Kennedy
annak - 2nd - 08/Dec/13 with Lee Harrison
Slipped off getting onto the ledge, got it second go, then clean to the top after much standing around on the ledge - just needed to commit to a poor hook. Didn't have a flip stick handy so had to climb up to the first bolt before clipping - spicy!
Misha - Lead dog - 17/Nov/13 with Richard London, Nicolas
Did cleanly in the first redpoint attempt, after lead-climbing with several dogging. Very thin and technical. Way harder than Apple. Felt M7+, unless I missed the obvious placements/moves.
masa-alpin - Lead RP - 16/Nov/13 with Kyle
Mr. K - 2nd dog - 16/Nov/13 with Masa Sakano
A Crook - TR β - 16/Nov/13 with Neil Griffiths
Standing up on the ledge took lots of goes - need to keep pushing down on the axe to keep the pick jammed in the horizonal slot at the break. Took a while to figure out the hard move above the break but it isn't too bad once you commit! I will be back... Done on day 2 of the White Goods Gathering.
Misha - Lead dog - 25/Nov/12 with Phil
wi11 - Lead rpt - 24/Nov/12 with Tom
wi11 - Lead rpt - 19/Nov/12 with Brian
Good start. Looks like a flake has come off at 3/4 height now making the top harder. Considerably harder than Apples - which is given M7.
philhilo - Lead O/S - 17/Nov/12 with misha
maybe_si - Lead RP - 17/Feb/12
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
Slipped off a few times but should be able to lead clean as nothing desperate.
Misha - TR dog - 27/Nov/11 with Adam Booth
Nice 'funky move'!
Tom Livingstone - Lead dog - 08/Nov/11 with Will Hardy
Hard for grade. Large gap between last bolt and lower off. One of the lower off anchors missing.
Andrew Wilson - Lead O/S - 10/Oct/11 with Tony Womersley
wi11 - TR RP - 19/Nov/10 with Rob G
Hidden - Lead RP - Nov/10
halfmanhalfbiscuit - Lead β - Nov/10
zero six - Lead β - Nov/10
Hidden - Lead β - Nov/10