Rockfax Description
To the left of the main slab are two subsidiary slabs. This climb tackles the left-hand one which has a rubble side wall. Climb a crack onto the slab then move left into the corner. Follow this until you are forced onto the slab again where the rock begins to deteriorate. Finish leftwards with care. © Rockfax

FA. C.Connick 6.5.79 06/May/1979

mlcumberlidge 18/Oct 2nd
Hidden ??/2015 Lead
John Brayshaw 03/May/14 Lead O/S
with Erica
erica 03/May/14 2nd
with John
Hidden 04/May/13 Lead
mick1jones 30/May/11 2nd O/S

Guy led

with Guy, Dave Wilkinson
Hexman 23/May/09 Lead O/S
with Jim Jarvis
mattparratt 23/May/09 Lead
Ed morris 02/May/09 Lead β

precious little gear at the loose top where you want it most.

with arthur
Hidden ?/Apr/07 Lead
ASchwirtz 28/Aug/06 Lead O/S
with Hanna Wride
net 14/Apr/06 2nd
with Ritchie & Sarah
Hidden 03/May/97 Lead O/S
Hidden 02/Apr/95 2nd O/S
Hidden 30/May/94 Lead
craig h 02/Apr/94 Lead O/S
with Shaun, Jim M
Nigel Coe ??/1985 Lead
with Mark ???
crusherbartlett 28/Aug/78 Lead

Trip with South Wales Mountaineering Club. We tried to report it but whoever we told, when we described it, assumed we'd made a mistake and had been climbing on Flimston Slabs, they did not know there was another slab. Partner was a vicar from Cardiff Docks area. Forget his name, but he was very tall, good sense of humor. We made jokes about how the (many!) holds I pulled off had the good grace to avoid him.

High HVS
High VS
Mid VS
Low VS
High HS
Mid HS
Low HS
Votes cast 4
High 4c
Mid 4c
Low 4c
High 4b
Mid 4b
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High 4a
Mid 4a
Low 4a
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Votes cast 4
Style of ascent
Flashed (β)
Not Set