A great finish to either of the previous two routes. Step down over the abyss and make a gripping finger-tip traverse left across the wall, past a poor peg. Carry on left and pull up with difficulty to reach a crack. Gain the hanging corner above, which leads to a possible stance. Finish easily up the corner. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Pablo Martin, Amy Underwood Thompson
|Amy UT||17/Aug||2nd dog||
Crux pull into the vertical crack was my downfall!
Pablo Martin, Sophie Whyte
Did it in one. Awesome fun climbing and well protected too. Got quite a lot of exposure looking down for all those small footholds but that just adds to the fun! Looks really quite hard from the ledge before you launch out but footholds kept appearing at the last second so wasn't anywhere near as pumpy as I was expecting. The pull into the vertical crack was tricky.
belayed out of sight of the climbing but took over from stuart after he backed off and used the gear he placed up to half way along the traverse.
|Alex Mason||11/Jul/11||Lead O/S||
Cool pitch, only E2. The cloggy guide adjectives are largely bollocks. Friendly, pumpy, well protected fun. Crux is easy enough too.
|dan gibson||04/Jul/11||Lead O/S||
|Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing||??/2007||2nd O/S|
|Paula Hamilton-Gibson||?/Jun/91||2nd O/S||
|michael burrows||12/Jun/88||AltLd O/S||
led 1st pitch
|Mike Owen||29/May/77||Lead O/S||
Phil Thomas, sharpie