Don't Tumble M6+
Start to the right of Ready Steady Hook, up the steep wall and head right to a ledge continue up to a Scottish crack finish.
Dave Almond 24/Oct/2012
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gazj1986 - TR - 22/Apr/14

Was fine this time. Couple of tenuous technical moves but didn't feel hard.
Misha - Lead rpt - 22/Feb/14 with Simon Ward

cymjt - 2014

Andrew Wilson - Lead rpt - 22/Dec/13 with cliff shasby

This route keeps tripping me up! Went to do it as a warm up and promptly fell off when a torque failed (at least it wasn't a dramatic upside down fall this time). Flailed after that - just couldn't get the torques to hold. Lowered off. Led from the ground later and it was ok though still fairly hard work. The trick seems to be to go past the poor torques above the last hook and stick the axe higher up where the crack widens and allows the axe head to be torqued. Then the same again - and again! That was it for the day - slacking off!
Misha - Lead rpt - 15/Dec/13 with Dave Almond

jon22 - Lead - 15/Dec/13 with john nesbit

Finally completed it clean. About time.
nicole almond - TR rpt - 17/Nov/13 with Dad

A harder lead than the M7's Apple, And Pears.
Paul Figg - Lead - 17/Nov/13

Nick Clement - Lead O/S - 17/Nov/13 with Paul Figg

A Crook - TR β - 16/Nov/13 with Neil Griffiths

wi11 - Lead β - 16/Nov/13 with Dan Lane, Helena, Brian

fell off the first time as an axes popped. No problems second time around.
Dan Lane - Lead RP - 16/Nov/13 with Will Hardy

Dave Almond - Lead - 16/Nov/13 with Nicole Almond

An axe slipped out of a dodgy torque on the first go, resulting in a spectacular upside down tumble, hitting the rock face with my back and head. Head fine, back sore, helmet a write off (only small cracks but enough). Second go got to the top with a few small falls. Torques hard work! Found a useful hook at the start of the torquing section which enabled me to bypass the dodgy torque and get a better one. Third go got it clean. Not that hard if you do it right. Onsighted it a year ago, must be getting old...
Misha - Lead RP - 10/Nov/13 with Dave Garry

Dave Almond - Lead - 09/Nov/13 with James Williams

Paul Figg - Lead - 03/Nov/13

MaccMark - 2nd - 01/Sep/13 with Si Ward

First ever dry tooling experience.. absolutely brilliant..
Sam Simpson - TR dog - 16/Dec/12 with Mark Grist, Tom Dolden

Got to top hold onsight and leaned on bottom axe which promptly left the crack and took me with it. Bizarrely fell off on several more attempts with same sequence.
philhilo - Lead dog - 25/Nov/12 with misha

Great route, the best of the 5s and 6s that I've done, and felt easy for the grade. Really liked the tenuous torquing in the crack. Done on day 2 of the White Goods Gathering. Apparently it was a bit easier at the time due to a small chock stone in the crack - so Dave Almond tells me!
Misha - Lead O/S - 25/Nov/12 with Phil

Paul Figg - Lead - 25/Nov/12

Andrew Wilson - Lead rpt - 25/Nov/12 with cliff shasby

Ramon Marin - Lead RP - 24/Nov/12 with viki harvey

The warm up
Dave Almond - Lead - 18/Nov/12 with Simon Frost

mux - Lead O/S - 11/Nov/12 with Ian Parnell

Dave Almond - Lead - 11/Nov/12 with Ian Parnell, Dave Garry

Very loose in places, gets better with height
edmitchell - Lead O/S - 09/Nov/12 with adam booth

Awesome route. Lots of loose rock and muddy cracks. Pinged off the first time when a hold gave up on me. Brilliant!
Adam Booth - Lead RP - 09/Nov/12 with Ed Mitchell

Dave Almond - Lead - 04/Nov/12 with Simon Frost

As a warm-up - felt easy, unexpectedly.
masa-alpin - Lead O/S - 04/Nov/12 with Matt P

zero six - Lead O/S - Nov/12

frost - Lead β - Nov/12 with D Almond

frost - Lead O/S - Dec/11

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