My Own Trumpet E2 5c
40m. Follow Epic-dural past the small sapling (now gone) and continue for a few metres; then break out left up a thin diagonal crack (the higher of two) to reach the ledge. Step left and climb the left-hand side of the upper slab (crux) to reach a tree on Halfway to Kansas. Climb the upper slab a metre or two right of the Halfway to Kansas crack, veer right as you near the top, and top out as for Lumbar Puncture.
B Mullan, C Lindley 03/Aug/2012
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This climb is in 6 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

A counter-diagonal on the lower slab, and a reasonable amount of independence on the upper, makes this a justifiable addition, I reckon.
bpmclimb - TR rpt - 04/Jun/15 with Shunt

smartydh9 - TR O/S - 06/Apr/15

riddle - Lead O/S - 18/Apr/14 with Phil Lilley, Yasmina

plilley - 2nd O/S - 18/Apr/14 with Yasmina, Roger

bpmclimb - TR rpt - 15/Apr/13 with Shunt

First (recorded) ascent Generally 5b climbing, similar level of difficulty and boldness to Lumbar Puncture, but with a couple of harder moves to start the upper slab - probably just 5c.
bpmclimb - Lead β - 03/Aug/12 with Clare

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