Rockfax Description
The best route on this bit of wall has climbing much more in keeping with the fingery start which was the original way of doing Quiet Waters. Climb straight up past the threads to reach a curving line of holds (good nut slot). Follow this with difficulty to the bulge where another hard move gains Quiet Waters. © Rockfax

FA. N.Dixon 10.4.85 10/Apr/1985

Gary Gibson ??/2015 -
Adam Booth 19/Apr/14 2nd

Nails move after the final thread. Worth checking the condition of the thread on abseil. Well done Ed.

anguskille 19/Apr/14 Lead O/S

Hard and scary, and brilliant, glad I pulled through. Missed out the peg (because I didn't know it was there, not because I'm a trad hero). Scared!

Ed Booth 19/Apr/14 Lead O/S

goey situations with great techy climbing.

fennerz 19/Apr/14 2nd O/S


with Angus Kille
Julian Cooper 16/Apr/14 Lead β
with Stuart Knott
Hidden 02/Jun/13 AltLd O/S
Alex Mason 14/Jul/12 Lead O/S

Fackin. Some very fingery climbing followed by a lengthy runout with blind climbing. Stunning route nontheless. E6.2 imo

with George Ullrich
owenH ??/2011 -
whispering nic ?/Aug/93 Lead
with Graham Iles
Mike Owen 25/Aug/90 Lead O/S
with Elaine Owen
Hidden 05/May/90 Lead
Hidden ??/1990 Lead O/S
William Robertson ??/1989 Lead O/S
with Emily, Steve, Shaun etc
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
quiffhanger, Ed Booth
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