1) 4, 15m. The clean, slabby rib leads past threads and bolts to a two-bolt belay below steeper rock. A pleasant pitch.
2) 4+, 20m. Bolts and threads mark the line, which soon trends left. It is a bit bold to start. Noldis goes right off this pitch.
Descent - Abseil off. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|hayden cook||20/Apr/14||2nd O/S|
|A Mountain Journey||??/2014||-|
Only first pitch. Teaching.
Pitch 1 belay stance no longer exists. Got confused. Abbed off, to finish another day
MP route with abseil. Lead a student. OK route (1*) but 1 or 2 moves felt difficult on 2nd pitch (5?) especially on spaced protection.
|Will AKA Dave||?/Mar/13||TR|
|sam coward||18/Feb/12||Lead O/S||
pitch one only (to hot)
Chossy insecure and manky threads on second pitch
|Will Gordon||?/Mar/10||Lead O/S|
pitch one only; supplemented bolts with some trad gear
Only 1st pitch - chossy, insecure and little gear.
|Matt Bill Platypus||10/Dec/07||2nd dnf||
Kev got to belay stance and brought me up. We thought that the rest of the climb looked chossy, so abbed off.
First pitch only. Nice climbing for the grade.
|John Brayshaw||17/Mar/02||Lead O/S||