Hidden - 2nd O/S - 20/Jun/15
First pitch,good sharp holds,but bold at top. No gear in top of first pitch( may have used micro- cams if I had some). Pitches 2/3 fantastic and straight forward. Did in 1 long pitch. New gradeVS 4b?
mark4344 - Lead O/S - 20/Jun/15 with Andreas/Felix
Hidden - Lead O/S - 26/Apr/15
Ran the first two pitches together as it seemed most sensible at the time. Traced the line across the face that seemed most inkeeping with the original line in the guidebook. Pretty run out for a VDiff which is what I thought at the time.
Alex Hallam - AltLd O/S - 26/Apr/15 with Pete Mack
Hidden - 2nd O/S - 26/Apr/15
pete_mack - AltLd O/S - 25/Apr/15 with Alex
katherinesydney - 2nd O/S - 05/Apr/15 with neil morbey
Didn't know about the rockfall but used the same line as now described. A bit tricky to protect, but straightforward climbing. Second pitch very short and easy, great third pitch. Abseiled off the spike.
Conor1 - Lead O/S - 04/Apr/15
In one long pitch. On P1 (as described in SW Climbs Vol 2), wished I'd traversed L to crack rather than finishing up corner - looked a far better line
clams - Lead - Apr/15 with Catherine
Mike Bayley - 2015
Mike Bayley - 2015
added to compelte ticklist ! see pre 20§4 description
lithos - 2015
Antoine1 - 2015
DubyaJamesDubya - 2015
I led p1, stef p2. Took a line towards the right side of the rockfall high into the corner, then made a slightly bold traverse left to foothold on the newly formed aręte, then up to join the original route at the steep crack and gear! stitched up the first section before the traverse as kept thinking there would be no more gear but there was loads and most of it pretty good! High runner on wall right of corner helps make the traverse feel a bit better! Great route. I reckon HS/VS 4b and still 3 stars!
neilstubbs - AltLd O/S - 12/Oct/14 with Stefan Parkin
tobydunford - Solo O/S - 28/Sep/14 with Kirsty Kerr
What's this about hard to protect....tons of gear if you go in on the original right start line, only runs out for a couple of moves across the slab going left, just look for it! I did first pitch Dave second. Fun route, deserves a Classic tick. Would have liked to have done the original pitch one, but nature will be nature.
beds74 - AltLd - 21/Sep/14 with Dave Fisher
Thought the gear and the holds on the new rock looked pretty dodgy!
jhb0510 - AltLd O/S - 13/Sep/14 with Paul Hooper
Brian Attempted an alternative start before retreating - ended up traversing in from the belay point and doing the top pitch
jonnysims - AltLd - 02/Sep/14 with Brian Pasco
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 23/Aug/14
P2 & P3
seanprendiville - AltLd - 19/Aug/14 with Tessa
Oli.Jeffs - 2nd - 11/Aug/14 with Mark Duggan
Oli.Jeffs - 11/Aug/14
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 03/Aug/14
Guy Lowndes - AltLd - 03/Aug/14 with mark deketeleare, davej17
Hidden - AltLd O/S - Aug/14
Shaw Brown - AltLd - 13/Jul/14 with Judith Neaves
Hidden - AltLd - 13/Jul/14
csd23 - AltLd O/S - Jul/14 with Richard Dodds
klipkabouter - AltLd O/S - 24/Jun/14 with Alan Huburd
Took the easiest line available on P1 but found it a bit thin. Nice climbing on P2
bridget143 - Lead O/S - 24/Jun/14 with Simen
Started up small flakes between old & new rock on the left, then stepped left on thin holds across the face. Belayed at big spike on right. Climbed as 2 pitches. V nice route!
MaccMark - Lead - 19/Jun/14 with Dave Wylie
Reclimbed the route now that it has been remodelled by the winer storms. Lovely afternoon. Hard Severe is about the right grade, but gear is 'iffy' on the first pitch.
Sean Kelly - 2nd - 19/Jun/14 with MaccMark, Dave Wylie
easier variation over to the right. I led the plum second pitch
TomGB - AltLd O/S - 26/May/14 with Stewart Moody
Now this is a whole new climb. We roughly followed the line for the original Vdiff route, except there is now no crack to climb and less pro, so it must be S grade now. Instead of traversing the new featureless slab, we finished the first pitch in the gully where people normally ab down and climbed a second pitch up the right hand side of the normal route, but ending up on the same ledge that starts the last pitch. I never did the original Terrier's Tooth climb, but I still thought this was a nice climb. We noticed there was probably other ways of doing it too. We probably took the easiest line.
Cherish - 2nd O/S - 10/May/14 with Tom Matson, Chris Hammick
Theeni - Lead O/S - 04/May/14 with Jo Prichard
Top two pitches. Sunset climbing
Mayo - Lead - 19/Apr/14
Did first pitch, then went off-route and wasn't completed.
Siobhan McGowan - 2nd dnf - 19/Apr/14 with Will Grayson
Following the major collapse Dan followed the shallow right trending groove from roughly the middle of the front of the buttress, enticed by the small flakes mid way up, then up the corner and a traverse right across the unprotected slab to a sharp new aręte and better holds and up from there to a belay ledge on original rock but higher than the original first belay ledge, which is no more. I led P2 which is the old P3 ! We felt this version is around VS 4b and from what I am told, not as good as it was before it fell down.
Jules Lane - AltLd O/S - 18/Apr/14 with Dan
P1+2. At about VS through the rockfall area.
Dan Lane - AltLd O/S - 17/Apr/14 with Dad
matt.woodfield - AltLd O/S - 09/Apr/14
tumbling wizard - Lead O/S - Apr/14 with andrew marshall
ParkFace - 2nd O/S - 09/Mar/14 with Ben Mayo
After the rockfall. Following the line of pitch 1a (CC guide). Seemed reasonably clean and solid, but with spaced protection. Here's a description:
Severe 4a 2*
Start at the base of The Pinnacle, at a vague ramp in newly-exposed rock, which leads right to a prominent left-facing corner.
1 20m 4a Climb the ramp and corner to ledges on the right, pinnacle belay up left.
2 19m Climb a corner crack on the left to ledges. Go up over blocks then right to a narrow ledge beneath the slab. Pull onto the slab and climb it
to the top.
Andy2 - Solo - 05/Mar/14
Hidden - Lead O/S - Sep/13
Hidden - Lead O/S - 2013
j.buckley87 - Lead O/S - 04/Jul/12
chris ginge - Jul/11
Hidden - Lead - 2008
AngelaC - AltLd - 2007 with Karen, Dieter Cole
Raggar - 2000
Babika - Lead O/S - 10/Aug/82 with Fran Jackson