26m.

Rockfax Description
Cue the Rocky music. A big bruising pitch up the finest bit of rock in the valley. Mega-classic and about sport 7c. From the ever-dry ledge under the face, climb into a niche, then follow the searing crack into ever more desperate terrain. At the horizontal crack, swing right for respite in the final section of Easter Island. A direct finish would be nice. With several pieces of fixed and old jammed gear it is nearer E6. © Rockfax

FA. P Williams J Amies 1963 FFA. Ron Fawcett 1982

Ticklists: Trad climbs for sport climbers, Rockfax Peak Limestone Top 50, World Graded List, Peak Rock/15/The Dawn of Sport:A Bolt From the Blue, 100 or so good E6s - aye Caff, The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet).


ClimberDateStyle
Dale Comley 21/Oct Lead RP

So psyched to get this done, felt steady apart from a hold snapping on me at the beginning, gripped!

nathanlee 21/Jul Lead RP

Climbed in sporty style. Lowered down after doing the e3 to try the moves and look at the gear. Led next go and just about scraped up it, huge fight! Some gear was in from ben's go, places the rest. Kicked the top wire out which added to the grip! Plebs delight is a better name... as good as any pitch ive done on uk lime

with Ben Silvestre
Hidden 01/Oct/11 Lead β
edinbed 01/Oct/11 Lead RP

Good choice in the current weird atmospherics. Respect to A Smith on the flash using my bombproof beta:-). Removed old sling and one stuck wire.

bigie bob 23/Sep/11 Lead RP
dominic lee 26/Jul/11 Lead RP

1st rp.Very pleased to have climbed this.Last tried it in 82 just before Ron made his ascent.A poorly organised attempt ending in retreat from the niche,should've had more faith. Superb!

ukb shark 09/Aug/06 2nd dog
with Steve Mac
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