Rockfax Description
Follow the natural line rightwards across the crag on the bolts of other routes, then climb direct to the lower-off on Pepa. Some wires may be found useful but are not essential. © Rockfax

BoHeMlo 11/Jul Lead O/S

Weird route, really high first bolt (i needed a fully extended click stick for it). Massive run outs. Not recommended.

with Russell Jackson
Hidden 13/Apr Lead
Climbster 18/Mar Lead O/S
with Vick
guy127917 08/Mar Lead O/S
gingernick 11/May/14 Lead O/S
steveanthony 11/May/14 Lead β
Tom Smart 13/Apr/14 Lead RP

6B in book!

with nathan crabb
Hidden 02/Apr/13 Lead O/S
Dave 88 21/Sep/11 Lead O/S

Awkward and a bit sparse on bolts. Not much fun as first lead of the day!

csdf ?/May/11 Lead β

Started on the 6a to avoid the run-outs as we didn't have any trad gear. There's a real danger of bottoming out here until you clip the fourth bolt, but it's not a hard route.

Hidden 20/Feb/10 -
Norman_P_W 20/Feb/10 -
with Bob M
Hidden ??/2010 -
Seymore Butt ??/2010 -
Hidden 12/Apr/08 Lead O/S
rusty_nails 18/Dec/07 2nd O/S

This route follows the obvious right slanting fault reaching across the face of the roadside crag. Debatable if it's a sport route as there are only 2 bolts on the route. Trad gear was placed most of the way.

with John Higginson
Theeni 18/Dec/07 2nd O/S


highclimber ?/Mar/07 Lead O/S
K Wall 16/Feb/07 Lead
with Martin
nige pacer ?/Nov/06 Lead O/S
cem 11/May/04 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2002 -
Andy Say 29/Nov/00 Lead
goi.ashmore 21/Apr/97 Lead O/S
with Trudi Veenstra
Hidden 12/Mar/96 Lead O/S
Laramadness 30/Jan/96 2nd
High 5c
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High 5a
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High 4c
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