After quite a massive whipper off the top head wall, with incoming tide and last orders 30 mins away, bailed out to the right after the traverse. Start is pretty nails. Has now a bomber offset nut in place which was impossible to retrieve after a couple of falls.
climbomaniac - 2nd dnf - 09/May/15 with Ross McKerchar
Nails. 4 goes to get the start then dropped the great positioned but very contrived finished. Decided last orders was more important than round 5. Maybe went too far left at top? Didn't feel like sane ground, even for a sandbag E5. Ripped a lot of gear on the whipper too - slightly dubious rock?
quiffhanger - Lead dog - 09/May/15 with Nicholas
Alt lead in that we both tried the bottom bit to work out how, then John dogged it with my beta, then I dogged it following. Tough couple of moves and very blind onsight.
Justin T - AltLd dog - Apr/15 with John Mcshea
bigie bob - Lead RP - 19/Apr/14
Good hard crux, after that a bit rambling as it seems you could go anywhere. Fell first go with hand on the ledge.
thomasadixon - Lead RP - 28/Aug/11 with Becca
JRae - 2nd - 26/Aug/11 with M Watson
actually pretty technical, fell off loads before getting it just trying to pull straight through in the classic Pembroke style, top wall is excellent but all much easier than the crux
mwatson - Lead rpt - 2011
Easy for the grade.
Steve Crowe - Lead O/S - 29/Apr/04 with KM
Alan James - UKC and UKH - TR - Aug/94