Rockfax Description
Opinions on grade vary widely from HS to E1. Sustained with steady but bold climbing in places. Climb the slab without much prospect of gear until a break at 7m. From the top of the slab, pull left onto the hanging slab using a large pancake hold and move up to an awkward ledge. Pull direct through the overhang and climb a dirty wall to a thin grassy ledge just right of an oak tree. Move up and left behind the tree to an easy gully and nut belay a little higher. Scramble off right. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
this climb is on the blank slab left of wall end slab. left to the route is a bush filled gully, climb the blank slab on small holds to a ledge at about 15ft up, keep left of gully then move left on to block, reach ledge under oak tree go left up crack trending left then up easy gully to finish on ledge.

chris full 20/Oct/2012

adamarkley 07/May Lead O/S
with AntC
Hidden 07/May -
Marti999 16/Jun/15 Lead O/S
with Debbie
TGreen 12/Jun/14 Lead O/S

I'm not sure what the difference between this and Last Post is!

kev davies ??/2013 -

could not find any E1climbing on this slab,a figment of someone's imagination.

chris1984 20/Oct/12 Lead
ScottHW ?/Oct/12 2nd

second ascent

WrekinMC 10/Jun/10 Lead

I do this route whenever the other routes around are busy. It is not E1, Not even HVS as implied in the new draft Rockfax guide. A tad easier than Eliminate G which gets Hard Severe in the 1995 guide. Always dirty on the upper sections which is why it is not climbed much.

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