B Mullan (solo) 14/Mar/2011
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Basically a highball boulder problem
I did it by mistake because I was doing Hallway to Kansas but when I was close to the tree I realised I have left my cams and hexes to I set up a top rope in the tree and abseil down. Then when I got back to the wall I climbed this one just to do something different.
|Matt Amos||06/Apr||TR O/S|
|leland stamper||24/Aug/14||TR RP||
Chris Bonner, Deepstar
cheeky climb whilst waiting for Tony
|Tom Harper||19/Jun/14||Lead O/S||
very bold climbing and only found 2 gear placements, the 2nd of which was a size 3 nut which only went in halfway. very nice route but not for the faint hearted.
wandered off slightly for one good piece of protection....oh well
My First ever E2 lead. Most chuffed
|Neil Gay||01/Aug/13||TR rpt||
Emily Gay, Al Gay
|Stuart William||28/Jul/13||Solo dnf||
Had a good look then bottled it and downclimbed a few moves to step right and use the wide crack for my right hand. Did 2nd pitch of Halfway to Kansas to get off the ledge.
|Neil Gay||18/Jul/13||Lead O/S||
One piece of gear in break only, could've done with some micros. Exciting!
Tried the lead but bottled it and put a side runner in to the left.
Got quite nervous on this. Doesn't look much from the ground, but very committing.
Measured at 12m; doesn't look it , though. E2 5b.
Seemed easier. Perhaps E2 5b
|guy xavier percival||19/Mar/11||Lead O/S||
First ascent, after cleaning and shunting. Particularly thin 5c crux moves to reach the first gear at 7 metres, so I thought E3 was justified. On the other hand it could be E2 5b, and I'm just being a wimp.