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Had three goes on this on top of the two goes six days earlier. Still needed a couple of rests on the first go, remembering the moves and where the holds are. Took a decent fall towards the top. On the second go the heartbreaker finish spat me off. Hung on the rope to figure out what to do - a hop up with the right foot before going for the last hand move proved to be the key. Did Long Islands Ice Tea while some girls did it, the got back on and did it third go by headtorch :-) So this took five goes overall. Somehow wasn't mega tired afterwards as I had it dialled but it still isn't easy - still sticking to top end E4 6a!
Misha - Lead RP - 19/Oct/14 with Nick S
Hidden - Lead O/S - 13/Oct/14
Great route but nails to onsight! Admittedly this was my first day at the Creek so jamming wasn't up to scratch (still isn't, ha!) but it's still pretty hard! Had a lively debate about the grade, think we just about settled on E4 but some thought it was only E3! My initial reaction after getting uber-pumped on the first attempt despite about three rests was that it's E5 but I later revised this to top end E4 and I'm sticking with that! Sure, there are a fair few jugs but you have to find/guess where they are on the onsight, you still have to do some unhelpful jams, the route overhands by about two metres in its 15 metres of height and the final moves are the hardest! Had a second go but still needed two rests and nowhere near leading it clean but felt like it should go. Brilliant route and quite different to most stuff at the Creek as it's got jugs but it's also pretty steep.
Misha - Lead dog - 13/Oct/14 with Eszter
dan gibson - Lead O/S - 06/Oct/14 with Eszter, helen gibson
Well worth the walk. Overhanging zig zag splitter. Very different to the usual Indian Creek fare.
Jon Garside - Lead O/S - 19/Oct/10
Simonj - TR dnf - 12/Oct/10 with tom
C coldwell-storry - Lead - Nov/08 with Neil Chelton
Hidden - Oct/07