No Wavering* 5c

Rockfax Description
The crack-line up the middle of the cliff is a fine line but unfortunately the first section is up a hollow flake/pillar. Follow the crack - passing the initial hollow flake/pillar with care - to an old tree stump. Continue on good rock to a lower-off. The initial flake can be avoided by starting on the left as for Yorkshire Brambler at 6b. © ROCKFAX

UKC Logbook Description
Direct on Wavering Wall, Far Wilderness area.

Bob Larkin 08/Mar/2012
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This climb is in 19 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

bantamdave - Lead O/S - 15/Feb/15 with Nigel

katiet - Lead - 14/Sep/14 with Steve Shorrock

AnitaClimb - Lead dog - 14/Sep/14 with Jennie

AnitaClimb - Lead - 05/Aug/14 with Simon

D.botts87 - Lead O/S - 22/Jun/14 with Barry

John Postlethwaite - Lead O/S - 31/May/13 with Nicky

Hidden - Lead - 30/May/13

egg-man - Lead - 04/May/13 with Paul Randell

John Postlethwaite - Lead O/S - 20/Apr/13 with Barry

BradleyRoberts - Lead - 20/Apr/13

Hidden - Lead O/S - 20/Apr/13

I'm guessing this is the route that starts up Wavering Wall but continues in the same line instead of heading right by the dead yew. Very good route, though retro-bolting a trad line still feels wrong!
Simon Caldwell - Lead O/S - 07/Apr/12 with Carmen

Hidden - Lead O/S - 07/Apr/12

Hidden - Lead - 31/Mar/12

Hidden - Lead - 31/Mar/12

Nice climbing.
Simon2005 - Lead dog - 23/Mar/12 with HowB

Dave Musgrove - Lead O/S - 08/Mar/12 with Dave Rogers, Bob Larkin

Paul Clarke - Lead - 2006 with Various

Paul Clarke - Lead - 2006 with Various

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