|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Duncan Beard||03/Apr||Lead O/S||
Banked out & easy until left hand runnel taken, thin ice. Big powdery cornice for Dave to deal with.
Finished up the centre.
Nice solo to finish the day nice bit of ice at the top
Fantastic grade II in great condition
What an amazing gully. The ice chimney was not good for protection but with the current build up its good for pick and point placements.
great little ice pitch through the chimney at the top. A top winter GII, well recommended and reasonable protection.
|Ben Prestwich||14/Mar||AltLd O/S|
Finished up the groove on the right.
|Carol Goodall||28/Feb||AltLd O/S||
Climbed in 4 pitches starting fairly low down as there were quite a few other parties on route. Led 1 and 3. Euan ed us to the top by the right hand finish which was fun. Good gear every 20m or so.
Eilidh, Euan Strachan
Right hand steeper finish.
Good condition. Lots of neve at the end.
In brilliant condition. Great neve up most of the lower part, then good snow, then nice ice in the top groove. No cornice.
Harry, Lewis Parsons
Winter climb. First ever. Very hard work on the legs.
Good introduction to gully climbing and my first gully lead. Conditions were good until the top run out where snow became soft and difficult to kick steps in.
Moved together mostly, right exit was fun, good hard neve throughout, soft scarp slope. Nick's first winter route.
|dobby 200||17/Feb||AltLd O/S||
My first winter route! So much spin drift and not much gear because of the amount of snow!
|Dave Douglas||09/Feb||Solo O/S|
Took the right hand exit as the main line was occupied. Outstanding icy grove, at least III.
|Matt Cooke||06/Feb||AltLd rpt|
led pitch 1 & 3
Climbed with Graeme. Fun climb in cool and windy conditions. Good condition - firm neve wth only a light covering of fresh stuff and good ice in chimney. V shall cornice.100015500
Paul Swail, Jonny Neilly
|Matt Boyd||27/Jan||AltLd O/S|
Lead all pitches. Quite powdery, but fine in the lower pitches; difficult to find gear at times. Final pitch up the chimney had good ice, but had to dig out a foot plus of powder to get to it at times. No cornice.
Very lean. The finish felt more like III.
Took the Right hand finish
Did as one pitch. Moving together
Good neve and a good route on the day. Really busy, spin drift was bad!
|Fiona Reid||29/Dec/14||AltLd O/S||
Have wanted to do this for ages but it's always busy. Just one party ahead so minimal queuing. Done in 3 pitches. Led 1 & 3 (chimney). Very nice climb.
Some nominal gear up to the chimney for Fiona to lead. Nice sociable route, glad we were second on it.
|Mr. K||29/Dec/14||2nd rpt||
Good conditions, bar the initial snow slopes accessing the gully which were quite powery. Chimney pitch was thin but gave good sport, maybe a move or two of III? A wonderful day out under blue skies. =o)
Main gully easy. Diverted up left hand groove at end due to queue at exit chimney.
Jim Symon, Colin Maddison
the route was not in ideal condition. the whole route was thin and the snow in the cornice was very soft and powdery
Thin - III for top pitch. Very good but got rather too cold!
|alias dave||27/Dec/14||Lead O/S|
|Daniel Allen||27/Dec/14||2nd O/S|
|Alastair MacSween||17/Dec/14||Solo rpt|
James Parker, Jonny Hawkins
|Mark D||?/Dec/14||AltLd O/S||
Fall-back option (ski descent), after a ski descent of the goat track.
Ski descent. Steep entry from the rock fin (skiers right) down into the main gully line (skidding jump turns). Numerous visible horizontal glide cracks down the gully made for excitment. Mega!
Walked in with high (30-40mph) winds and low viz. Did not climb due to poor snow conditions and evidence of avalanches
Nathan Robbins, Caroline Milree, Keiran O' (K'dog)
Big steel snow plod, bit of a cornice at the top
Banked with snow so gear hard to find. Belay points deadman backed up with axes. Led pitches 1, 3 and 5 Jen did short pitches 2 and 4 to get to some gear.
Banked out. Soft snow. Cornice.
Good snow and ice, cornice soft and hard to find runners as rock was snowed over.
Very loose snow in top pitch
Claire (Wanneys), Mark Anstiss
Jo Sayers, Mark Furniss
|jordan taylor||02/Mar/13||Lead O/S|
Thawing fast, though good ice in the chimney
|Dave Richards||02/Mar/13||Lead O/S||
Moved together for all of it. ~45mins.
Dave Richards, PMC
In good nick.
|Jenny Hall||24/Feb/13||2nd O/S||
|Chris Homewood (Swindon MC)||23/Feb/13||AltLd|
First winter lead - first and third pitch
Between the neve, plastered rock and still mist we were surrounded by white until the top of the chimney where we emerged above the lake of clouds and continued up the steep slope in bright sunshine. Probably seemed better than it normally does...
|Matt Harmon||09/Feb/13||AltLd rpt||
soloed to the chimney and then lead the top pitch
Soloed up to the chimney and then Matt led the top pitch.
Very busy route today
Hard work lower down but in good lean condition in the channels. Ascended the right hand channel, little ice but good frozen turf. High in the grade
Some loose rock at the top, stepped out up to the mixed section. The crux was leaner than in the picture that says 'Blimey thats lean'
|alex toomey||12/Jan/13||Solo O/S||
in condition but crux move perhaps a little bare
|Col Kingshott||10/Jan/13||Lead O/S|
|James S||06/Jan/13||Solo O/S||
thin at the top but still just about complete
|tim newton||06/Jan/13||Solo O/S|
|waiting for snow||05/Jan/13||Lead||
Mostly soft stepped out snow. Crux pitch very thin (only left hand channel frozen).
Nice afternoon climb
Rib just left of the runnel, avoiding the ques and adding in a pitch of III at the bottom. Good fun !
First winter climb
I had the first and third pitch
|Chris Dovey||29/Dec/12||AltLd O/S|
Good fun. Rather loose and powdery at the top. Moved together until below the chimney.
|Mr G||16/Dec/12||Solo O/S||
Very thin up top. Not full solo did have a rope for the last pitch after down climbing the direct (left) chimney [Scary moment].
|David Barratt||16/Dec/12||AltLd O/S||
Brilliant climb. pretty scary in places. A LOT of powder! Took the right chimney at the top.
Good, consolidated snow with plenty of ice, though poor protection first three pitches due to all rock being covered in a thick layer of hard snow. Deviated from route on pitch 4 to do right chimney - looked more fun and indeed was, probably a grade III section, great quality climbing.
My first winter climb
thin crust and lots of loose snow, some frozen turf
BILL BUTTERWORTH, paul freeman
In lean condition, great fun. Did it in 3 pitches. I led the second one, with a pleasurable ice bit. Chris led the first and third one, which has the nice mixed chimney at the exit.
|Andrew Sloan||12/Feb/12||2nd O/S||
Moved together, took 45 minutes. Top chimney had very little ice and was a solid III.
|Martin Haworth||12/Feb/12||AltLd O/S|
Top gully was very thin and felt harder than II
|Sam Ash||11/Feb/12||Lead rpt||
Top section was pretty thin, felt harder than II
|Andy Moles||10/Feb/12||AltLd O/S|
took my gloves off to make use of jugs on crux ;) route was lean, sugary, and mixed, like a low fat cake. lacking eggs and cocoa powder. felt tech 3 today.
Very exciting without ropes on my first days ice climbing!
|Mark Wilson23||06/Feb/12||2nd O/S||
Surprised to find some neve in the upper section
|wee_jonny_gillespie - BAD SELLER||05/Feb/12||Lead O/S||
Lead first 1st and 3rd pitch. Nice weather
|victim of mathematics||04/Feb/12||AltLd O/S||
Powdery, but good fun. The top groove was exciting and rather thin.
Nice crux pitch and stunning top out
Gavin Oliver, Will Pope
|Hannah V||01/Feb/12||Lead O/S||
Nicky Tuer, Debbie Spencer
|Matt Harmon||?/Feb/12||AltLd O/S|
|Craig Holden||?/Feb/12||Solo O/S|
quite sustained. good snow ice. chimney at top was lean but good mixed fun with good protection.
|Charlie Zephyr Booth||28/Jan/12||Lead O/S||
good easy climbing nice route!
Liked this climb a lot. Solid gear as the rock was clean of ice. Not much snow so the last pitch was a mixed climb.
Gareth Davies, Simon Woodcock
Difficult conditions, wind picked up and the temp dropped, coldest i have ever been but still a new route with changing conditions, so still a good worthwhile day
My first winter route ....really enjoyed seconding nervous at the start relaxed after the start. weather conditions were bad made it more exciting.
chris geddes, mikeyraff
Lead first and third pitches, very bare. Felt hard.
Chimney pitch void of snow and ice, III/IV I reckon. Even more fun than in normal conditions! Good effort from both ropes!
full on conditions, very windy.
Led Guy and a total novice (put crampons on for the first time at the bottom of the route). Lower pitches really steady but little or no ice in the chimney, rock climbing essentially but about mixed III, 4.
Ben Kelsey, Remus Knowles
solo'd up to the final ice fall where easy climbing was done in one pitch and a short scramble to the top. sunny on top.
Not much else in apart from the easy gullies today in sneachie. Route was thin, and snow was consolidated but soft in places, some ice in the chimney pitch.
Good in ice in upper chimney
Paul Elliot, Mike Kennedy
|waiting for snow||?/Jan/12||Solo O/S|
|Sam Simpson||31/Dec/11||AltLd O/S|
|alias dave||31/Dec/11||Solo O/S|
moved together till the last pitch which was quite bare and abit more technical, more like grade III
Doc, Paul Bradwell
First ice climb done. Lot's of quesing windy cold walk home.
Start was easy, but the last chimney pitch had no ice in it and was pretty hard (III).
Climbed in 4 pitches with Steve and Jane as their first Scottish Winter day. The chimney was very mixed (dry) and great fun, and the turf was almost in too. Lots of Spindrift blowing up the gully made belaying less than fun though
Jane, Steve C
|Chris Banks||20/Dec/11||Lead O/S||
Took the right-hand variation which added some excitement to the final pitch.
|Tomek S||16/Dec/11||Solo O/S||
Such good conditions that we soloed to the mixed chimney, which was a bit powdery at first but good thereafter.
Gary McCaulay, Graham Cumming
Peter Berwick & Graham Cumming
|Sam Warby||?/Dec/11||2nd O/S|
Climbed with Paul and Steve Marner
Paul Eliott, Steve Marner
James calender, Peter McCallum
Dave leading, John and I seconding
John Kirkman, David Tait
Good route! Top chimney is quite icey at present, exit slopes are in reasonable condition.
|Mark Bull||07/Mar/11||Lead rpt||
Adele Pennington, Noelle
Adele Pennington, Claire Molloy
Lead the crux and topped out.
|Donald Kelly||04/Mar/11||2nd O/S||
1st winter route
final pitch was really good
|Ross Young||27/Feb/11||Lead O/S|
Nice climbing all the way up with plenty of gear available. The snow was poor for the last pitch and we took the RH finish as it had a good ice section. Top day!
|andrew sandercock||26/Feb/11||AltLd O/S||
First two pitches just grade I, final pitch was amazing, good ice and then up and over the steep cornice. Awesome.
very nice, in well easy condition.
|Cornish boy||22/Feb/11||AltLd O/S||
We actually climbed the buttress just to the left of the Runnel due to the risk of avalanche. This was done under the watchful eye of our guide, Ian. He thought that the grade was similar. Really enjoyed it, and learnt a lot too. Our guide learnt something too- that granite is igneous rock, not metamorphic!
|Mark Wilson23||11/Feb/11||Lead O/S||
Euan lead all as I was in a sling harness (we were minus one harness)! Topped out to blazing sunshine. Walked to Ben Macdui with amazing views in all directions!
Euan & Marie
First ever winter route, superb climbing, fantastic sunny walkout with great views.
Simu climbed, large amounts of wind slab building at higher levels which was easily shearing,managed to escape the top pitch to the left into an iced gully, topped out into full white out.
this was first route of the week for us, very cloudy and overcast, started at ice slab up snow slope first belay with a couple of screws , this is a nice route follows a channel upto the left fork good rock protection for belays and nice chimney pitch (last then onto ice slope through cornice at top, it was very windy, spinddrift mad, good ice under loose snow, we topped out in high winds and darkness, mate was first winter route ever good intro to this stuff. found three others on top with gps so we stayed rope up and followed them down by the ski run, winds strong on top , very, visibility 10 mteres, should of waited till tues really, but red mist an, all that, overall a memorable day .
Lead all pitches, good néve except the last pitch where it had started to thaw. Top out a bit sketchy on loose snow but all good fun!
Oli Warlow, Leonie English
Good nick though very busy
Full DUMC effort, climbed as 3 pairs! Was very windy when we did it, with plenty of spin drift about.
Tim Selby, Katy Boreham, Jordan Phethean
really good, pretty well protected to:)
Moved together but pitched top section. Bomber neve all the way and plenty of rock gear. Great climb - top pitch especially fun.
Chris Paterson, Katherine Shaw
A bit harder than the Welsh grade II climbs I'm used to!
Tom Anderson, Griff
awesome climb. easy with good snow. took an alternate route up to the left which looked steeper than the chimney. this was largely unprotected.
james franklin, R0bbie
robbies mate, robbie
James Franklin, kevin macleod
|Alex Winter||22/Jan/11||Solo O/S|
Led Craig and Andy both up. Caught in traffic on way up and didn't leave Ski Centre car park until nearly midday. Topped out as the sun had set.
|Harry Holmes||16/Jan/11||Solo O/S||
Adrian Lee, Gareth Crapper
1st ever winter lead, did it in 4 pitches. It was an awesome day. The first 3 pitches were a swim up deep snow and the gear was hard to find. I had to dig out half a metre of snow each time to get to the rock and often didn't find anything useful! After the first pitch I ended up just placing gear at the belays unless there was something obvious in-between. The last pitch was a bit epic. I couldn't find any decent gear after the first 5m and ended up running it out by 40m. Probably not the best idea on the hardest bit of winter climbing I've done but I still felt secure all the way up except for the odd moment. The last bit was up deep loose snow to the cornice and steeper. I ended up mantling over the top because I couldn't get my walking axes to stick. It was the first time I've constructed an axe belay too and I was impressed by how strong it was. The other two guys seemed to have a great time. It was a hard slog with 3 of us though as we had to dig out decent ledges at each belay for the anchors and I'm still learning how to cope with the faf. Awesome day!
Sam Taylor, Matt Cooke
First time climbing in Corie an t'Sneachda, 1st winter lead (2nd pitch) 1st lead whilst climbing multipitch, 1st time getting avalached, 1st time holding my second after they fallen (by being avalanced), 1st time testing an anchor that i've built!
Mass Lairig Club ascent also accompanied by Iain and Calum (Calum's first winter lead) and Mike and Sally. Hit by avalanche - unpleasant. A good climb though. Would have been excellent under better conditions.
Charlie Edwards, Joe Fennel
Lead 1st and third pitch. took right hand branch, really fricking scary for the grade. horrendous cornice finish, nice route though.
|up the hill||02/Jan/11||AltLd||
2nd winter climb. very busy, lots of teams out. Tom led the chimney pitch
Very busy, lots of groups. Last pitch was good, quite run out.
MY FIRST LEAD
first propper winter lead of the year, unconsolidated snow making getting over the cornice the hardest bit
climbed in good conditions. Snow pack on surface not fully bonded, icy crust just beneath and more consolodated snow beneath that. Mostly good placement but due to riming snow placement had to be hunted for. Must have been an avalanche inthere recently as there was a very noticable trough in the snow almost all the way down the centre of the route. The chimney section was in great nick, plenty of ice. Snow pack just beneath the cornice was a bit dubious and caused a few thought provoking moments. Overall, a great climb which never fails to entertain
god awful run-out on top pitch on cruddy snow. Neither axe or foot placements secure. Scary.
Dr Liz, Farmer Pete
|Pete Barker||12/Dec/10||2nd O/S||
Graeme Armstrong, Davey Briggs
Lower section banked out. Chimney well iced. Nice climb.
soloed up to last pitch. Wild day esp coming down goat track
A totally different climb to last year, conditions on the plateau horrific !
Mark Lambert , Chris Clark
Very banked out - probably only grade I in the conditions. Exciting bit out flanking the cornice.
With Stu coxon, route virtually banked out with snow, only pitched chimeny to the top.
|peter fetlar||?/Mar/10||Lead O/S||
A little dissapointing and low in the grade. Exit onto the plateau was the crux
|andrzej kierzek||23/Feb/10||Lead O/S||
Lead all the pitches
|Ian Jones||21/Feb/10||Lead O/S||
Superb. Great snow with a firm chimney, some good runners and an exciting finish. Christian's first winter route and my third in 32 years.
Christian Svenson (Swe)
|Murilo Lessa||21/Feb/10||AltLd O/S||
Run out at the top...stomper belay with 1m of rope at the top!
|Ollie B||14/Feb/10||Solo O/S|
|Andy Clarke||12/Feb/10||Lead O/S||
Good fun. My first winter climb for some time. So out of practice looking for gear that I finished with a massive run out at the top.
Starts easy, but last quarter is the interesting part through the chimney and cornice. Snow pack was pretty soft towards the top and quite steep, so difficult getting the ice axe deep enough to hold. Great climb!
Josiah Ferguson, Nick Ashley
James S, Guy W
|Ewan Russell||07/Feb/10||AltLd O/S||
In very easy conditions possibly grade I. Very banked out no chimney pitch!
|augustus trout||02/Feb/10||2nd O/S|
lead the top cux pitch my first proper winter lead and first time to scotland. So much snow gr8 weather so atmospheric. Really really enjoyed it little scary toppibg out due to amount of snow.
Climbed with Jamie and Tom also, but not roped to them. Took the left hand gully to finish - loose and powdery, got pretty vertical near the top.
Good day, climbed with John Hill and Helge Svarstad. Didn't top out due to a HUGE cornice!
|Scott McRae||29/Dec/09||2nd O/S||
Powder up to the chimney, good ice in chimney although brittle on exit ramp out to cornice.
Phil Whitehurst, Gary Bebb
Led while moving together on 60m of rope - had just a couple of bits of gear in at any one time as gear was hard to come by. Took the right hand chimney, which was nicely iced up (even got a small screa about two thirds of the way in for comedy value) and gave some steeper climbing for a few moves. Traversed left under the cornice to a weakness to fight through unconsolidated snow into glorious sunshine on the plateau.
Running belays on rope - led by Misha. Pretty straight forward until last pitch up steep-ish ramp to right (I think we went off route) and hideous flop over the cornice, which was "entertaining".
Tom led all the pitches on my first winter climb.. Fantastic stuff. Great ice and névé, nice and steep near the top and great chimney to finish. Loved it.
|The Mountain Goat||19/Dec/09||-||
Moved togeather. Got on it first which was lucky as there were six parties on it by the time we got back down to the corie!
|Daniel Sutherland||17/Dec/09||2nd O/S|
started off easy in good conditions, powder on a firm base, the top was very scary unroped as it gets steeper and steeper and was rock solid snow
Lawrence's first winter lead.
Pretty dull until the chimney at the top. Great nick and great weather though. Nice 1st climb of the season ;-)
|Ginger McGrath||13/Dec/09||Solo O/S|
Stuart Inchley, Matthew Larkins
|Liam Ingram||12/Dec/09||AltLd O/S|
|Fergus Cuthill||12/Dec/09||AltLd rpt|
First winter climb, good solid neve, moved together till final narrowing, where we took the right fork as a pitch.
ian and zoe
Lead pitches 1 & 3
Soloed due to people being in the way and needed to plough thru.
Great climb. Great neve higher up. Good gear for runners and belays. A wee bit of ice in chimney pitch (the only bit with any kind of difficulty). Arrived late and got route to ourselves. First time leading in winter.
Enjoyed the chimney, better route than it looks from below.
|cooper leek||02/Mar/09||2nd O/S||
|Richie Rich||?/Mar/09||AltLd O/S||
|Tony the Blade||28/Feb/09||AltLd||
Shared lead with Flat Eric - 3 pitches.
|flat eric||28/Feb/09||AltLd O/S||
Alt Leads with TtB. Lead the crux pitch which had some good ice. First proper winter climb. :)
|martin one||24/Feb/09||Solo O/S||
Barry H &Patrick
Pitches 1 and 3
Dad led crux pitch
Led pitches 1 & 3. Mark led P2. Under supervision of Chris Moseley to see if we could climb safely together.
|Ollie Wickham||17/Jan/09||AltLd O/S|
Ice chimney was a little lean. III-ish according to guidebook in said conditions.
Right hand finish
My first winter lead!
It was busier than the post office on pension day up there. If you're going go early!!! In pretty good condition though.
Gearing up point was busier than my local wall! Gully was in great nick, with brilliant neve, chimney pitch slightly lean(ice and rock), even managed a 3 icescrew belay halfway up!. Cornice forming again thanks to recent snowfall and drifting.
Lead P2-top out
Rob and Hilary
No wind - what an awesome day out
First winter lead.
|Neil D||?/Jan/09||Lead O/S|
|Dr Toph||??/2009||Solo O/S||
Again, moved together. Crowds on the route. We cocked up by starting soloing, and causing chaos roping up before the chimney. Sorry to everyone, really. Still, okay for winter route number three for all of us.
|Timo Austino||24/Dec/08||Lead dnf||
got bored waiting..
Steve and Tim
|Jim Slater||30/Nov/08||AltLd O/S||
Good route with chimney finish. Phil soloed it.
Tim Pearson, Phil Lee
first winter grade 2 lead
Proper route, good neve. Easy conditions
Good climb, good nick
Guy Buckingham, John Frost
Bjarte Grytli Seim
|Allan Young||17/Feb/08||AltLd O/S||
4 pitches, led pitches 2 & 4, using the direct finish.
|Howard J||16/Feb/08||Lead O/S||
also with Rachel Smith
Very enjoyable climbing on good, firm snow. The top pitch had some nice ice placements.
|Sam Ash||11/Feb/08||2nd O/S||
Climbed the left hand rib as the gully was looking very risky. Led last two pitches (my first ever winter climb)
|Matt Schwarz||30/Jan/08||AltLd O/S|
|Mark A Humphries||29/Jan/08||Solo O/S||
Solo with Frank.
|Ollie Wickham||17/Jan/08||AltLd O/S|
|Only a hill||06/Jan/08||Lead β||
In lean (difficult!) nick.
thin throughout and starting to melt, chimney pitch had little ice
|Mr. K||?/Jan/08||2nd O/S||
Garry Smith, Beth Flatres
Lead odd pitches
A bit thin on the chimney pitch...
|Laurence Everitt||30/Dec/07||AltLd O/S|
|taff morley||29/Dec/07||Lead O/S||
Brilliant climb, not much ice
|Jonny M||28/Dec/07||Lead O/S|
I lead P1, P3, P4, and Graeme did P2.
Douglas Hamilton and Neil Furgason
|Mark Walter||?/Dec/07||AltLd O/S|
Sarah Joyce (Crumbles)
|Karl Wooffindin||30/Nov/07||AltLd O/S||
Moved together for this, wasn't in the best condition. Apparently it went at around III. Cool first route!
Bit of a que.
Jenny, Iain F
|Jamie Abbott||02/Mar/07||Lead O/S||
First winter route. Toping out after a bit of a slog in snowy conditions was brilliant!!
Si Moore, Jules Turner
lead 2nd and fourth ptches. fairly lean conditions
roped up for the crux pitch.
Chris Wall, Tom Powell
Good last pitch, but the rest was a snow slope and bit tame. A good way up to the plato and away from the crowds.
|Neil Mackenzie||17/Feb/07||AltLd O/S||
First winter lead on chimney pitch, good fun but start was a bit tedious.
|Mr Powly||?/Feb/07||AltLd O/S||
Tom Everett, Chris Wall
Tom E, and Tom P
Mathew gibbings, Patrick Chilton
lovely day, lean conditions, rope of three moving together with runners. some axe on rock manouevres in the chimney at the top.
andys w & c
Actually the buttress to the right at grade II/III
|Andy Ray||10/Jan/07||AltLd O/S||
|Southern Mark Smith||??/2007||-|
Dave Sarkar and Paul Harris
Climbed groove in rib on RHS for 80 m on slushy snow and thawing turf. Big avalanche down the crotched gully proper before starting (while on wall of rib on LHS of runnel) - backd off that and went up rhs to check on 2 climbers above. Abbed down the runnel quickly.
jamie g, nicky mc
|John Pickles||?/Feb/06||AltLd O/S||
|ross duffield||?/Feb/06||Lead O/S||
|Jon Wickham||25/Jan/06||AltLd O/S||
|Chris Davids||23/Jan/06||AltLd O/S||
I lead 1st, 3rd and crux 4th pitches. A great route in great condition made for a 3 Star experience.
|Captain Solo||08/Jan/06||AltLd rpt|
|Big Lee||06/Jan/06||AltLd O/S||
Not a lot of snow but it was firm under foot and there was enough ice to sink a few screws. Traffic jam going into the chimney section on the final pitch. Dark by the time we were back at the car park. Great weather for climbing though.
Jim Dale, Gareth Watkins
|Si dH||04/Jan/06||Lead O/S||
Andy Wilson & Andy Hunter
Thin conditions but great fun. Last of the day.
Aengus Mc Cullough
|Chris Plewa||?/Feb/05||AltLd O/S|
|Dangerous Dave||??/2005||Lead O/S|
|Rob Oram||09/Apr/04||AltLd O/S||
I led first and third pitches. Nice climb although a bit slushy in places. The small amount of ice made the top pitch trickier.
|Jamie Simpson||??/2004||AltLd O/S||
|andy wa||?/Dec/03||AltLd O/S||
|Mark Collins||27/Feb/03||Lead O/S||
Phil Worgan, ?
|jamie ward||13/Mar/02||Lead O/S||
Graham + Mauro
Avalanche and horrendous top out
Ivonne A, Steve A
|rob k||18/Feb/00||AltLd O/S||
Ruth Hammond, Pippa
Ian M, Andy J
Chris Bradley, Alex Shipp
|oor wullie||??/1998||AltLd O/S||
Tom & Niall
Brndon Hughes / Robin Torrie
Phil led top out pitch. dangerous snow conditions
Paul Tucker, Simon Bennet
|Steve Crowe||26/Dec/86||AltLd O/S|
Tommy Kilpatrick, Clark Fenton
Dave Soles and Chris Broad
|Derek Ryden||21/Mar/76||AltLd O/S||
Whiteout on top!
Day off from Lodge