Rockfax Description
Climb the right-hand side of the bay following a broad fingery rib and into a hollow, then pull over a brutal roof on sharp pockets. © Rockfax

A Mountain Journey 26/Nov Lead

Excellent throughout. The first bulge felt like the crux, but well bolted

with Edd Hewett, Ann Leese
fatbuoybazza 02/Jan Lead dog

This is easy or hard depending on which line exactly is taken as there are two ways at the bottom and two ways at the top!.

alpinismo.uk 27/Dec/14 Lead O/S
TomGudgeon 26/Dec/13 Lead O/S
with Matt
will909 26/Dec/13 Lead β
cem 21/Dec/12 Lead O/S


with Dave Amos
Hidden 08/Dec/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 19/Oct/12 Lead
Hidden 19/Oct/12 Lead RP
Rachel Somerville 14/Oct/12 Lead O/S
with Amy
Hidden 14/Oct/12 TR dog
Hidden 07/Apr/12 2nd dog
Lev 07/Apr/12 Lead O/S
Biggo 29/Mar/12 Lead O/S

No thanks to Rock-sandbag-Fax topo we founded the crag...two hours after... Good routes and spot, at least & at last...we'll come again

with Berta
Shaw Brown 23/Mar/12 -
Quarryboy 25/Oct/10 Lead O/S

First route in Spain where I had to concentrate on the climbing, the first bulge is brutal.

with UCR youth squad
matthewjames 07/Jul/10 Lead O/S

A really nice interesting climb, surely the height is wrong though, it must be at least 20m, probably 22m.

with Beth Marshall
andy mcc 30/May/10 Lead dog
ASchwirtz 30/Dec/09 Lead O/S
with Ian Bruce
bbrowne 22/Jun/09 Lead O/S
with Kelly Atkin
Hidden 30/Dec/08 Lead O/S
Al Evans ??/2008 -
simonfife 09/Oct/07 TR RP
with Steve Yeoman
Hidden ?/Sep/06 Lead O/S
MikeC59 25/Mar/05 2nd
Hidden 26/Feb/04 2nd O/S
lithos 17/Mar/03 TR
Hidden 04/Dec/01 Lead O/S
Hidden 14/Apr/00 TR
Hidden ??/2000 Lead O/S
Hidden 17/Apr/98 2nd
lost.arrow 26/Dec/96 Lead
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Votes cast 9
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Style of ascent
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