16m.

Rockfax Description
Start on the left below a left-facing groove high on the crag. Climb a grotty crack, or the harder slab to its left. Continue until it is possible to traverse to the wide final crack - knee jams and big gear help. © Rockfax

FA. John Laycock 1913


ClimberDateStyle
suds_01 26/Sep Solo O/S
razzorbuzz 05/May/14 Lead O/S
with Mike
mcrockett 05/May/14 2nd O/S
Hidden 08/May/11 2nd
bikergirl88 29/Apr/11 2nd
gb83 25/Mar/11 Lead dnf

started on lead but then could not adequately protect the off width crack and ended up getting leg stuck. tied off then finished on TR.

Steve Palmer 25/Mar/11 2nd O/S

Much grunting on the last move, donated some skin too! Watch out for the brambles half way up.

Hidden 10/Aug/10 TR O/S
Denatone 09/Jul/10 Lead O/S

had a bit of a mare leg jamming the final crack

devonjester 03/Jun/10 Lead O/S

Easy start, rather a tricky finish - take big gear for protection above the cracks (Friend 4 and Hex 11)!

doomer ?/Jun/10 2nd dog
Rampikino 03/May/01 Lead
with Bob Brown
tapley 20/May/89 Solo
Iain Thow 16/Jul/88 Solo
charlesmfrench 12/Sep/83 Solo O/S
John Brayshaw 01/Jun/82 Lead O/S
with Alfreton MC
mikej 03/May/69 Solo
with Mike Browne, John Bickerdike, Geoff Williams
eroica64 20/Apr/69 Lead
Andy Say ??/1968 Solo
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