Sit Start in the pit on back of raven boulder on the obvious jug. A low start to At-At avoiding the juggy flake around on the right wall

Ticklists: Escaping Norfolk.

Hidden 27/May Sent x
James Oakes 20/Dec/14 Sent x

Good problem, felt like 7a+ to me.

with Dan Stead, Tom Martin, Steve Ramsden
Ram MkiV 20/Dec/14 Sent
with noaks, stead, Tom
Dave Warburton 15/Dec/14 Sent rpt
CallumC 17/Aug/14 Sent

last minute trip from leeds after watching a ukc fri night vid, Absolutely quality problem!

Matthew Ferrier 16/May/13 Sent x

Finally. . . Ended up using Mike's beta and spanned out to the left hand flake - it's a harder move but ultimately makes the final move a pleasant rock-over rather than a mad dyno. Pleased with this!

Dave Warburton 09/May/13 Sent rpt
Sam Marks 07/May/13 Sent x

Excellent! Shame Danby didn't go to well, probably because I put everything I had into Jabbas Butt...... (Extra note: me, Dave and Martin all reckoned it would be well hard to do it the mike adams span method as we weren't 6"4', and there ^ is Matthew 'T-Rex' Ferrier who seems to have done exactly that. mind you, woldnt trust his beta, probably put his foot in his ear and wiggled his toe or something...)

with Martin Parker, Matthew Ferrier, Dave Warburton
Joe Lawson ??/2013 Sent x

Quality problem, dropped the mantle a few times from the beginning which is harder than i expected once you've climbed up to it, used the same beta as Mike Adams did in his video.

Dave Warburton 21/Oct/12 Sent x

Second session - ace steep climbing. Shorter mans beta i.e sticking with arete to the crimps keeping feet low, but with same eliminate of flake holds as per Mike Adams' beta. This method is a good option if it's been wet as the huge flake on the left that Mike uses in the video was sodden.

BobbyG 28/May/12 Sent

Avoided to obvious sticky out block for feet on left, assumed it wasn't cricket

with dave barret
High f7B+
Mid f7B+
Low f7B+
High f7B
Mid f7B
Low f7B
High f7A+
Mid f7A+
Low f7A+
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Style of ascent
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