No climbing 1 March to 1 August because of nesting birds.A seminal route in many climber's careers; as your arms become tired, the holds just get bigger and bigger! Start below the groove as for Deep Space. Climb the groove, which is surprisingly technical and slabby, until a line of jugs leads out right to another groove. Follow this, with most of the Atlantic Ocean beneath you, then move right into an easier finishing crack.Warp Gate, E5 6b - The version described in Extreme Rock is actually the best line on the crag but is seldom climbed. It starts up Warp Factor and continues up Star Gate. Solid E5! © Rockfax
FA. P.Littlejohn 3.77 Mar/1977
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Great route, how can an E3 have so many jugs?! Steep and intimidating but not that hard, and pretty easy to read compared to Zeppelin. First proper Pembroke E3 after the Butcher.
Really enjoyable, mostly massive jugs on overhanging rock.
Best route of the trip. Ludicrous exposure on the biggest holds in the world. 5 stars
I think this is the best route I've ever done at Pembroke. It is fantastic. Not really hard. Excellent moves on good holds in a great position. It's also safe..
|dan gibson||21/May||Lead O/S||
|Tom Livingstone||23/Mar||Lead O/S|
Best single pitch I've ever done.
|Sarah Black||30/Aug/14||Lead O/S||
Gareth James, Paul Black
Irish, Sarah Joyce
found this hard and pumpy
|Andrew Wilson||28/Aug/13||2nd O/S|
What an amazing route!
|Ed Babs||18/Sep/12||Lead O/S||
Out of this world.
|Ed morris||31/Aug/12||Lead O/S||
Super pumpy but nowhere desperate. A fantastic line, Monster holds to wedge various limbs in if you get a little pumped!
|Ian Jones||18/Aug/11||Lead O/S||
A total path. E2.
Robert Durran (aka 'Big Bob')
|david morse||28/Jul/11||Lead O/S||
Super pumpy, especially if wet at the start. Make sure you know where the traverse right starts, its not so obvious when youre up there. Outstanding route
Wet at the bottom. Took 2 hangs on gear to keep the pump at a minimum so I didn't fall off and end up in space. This is a pumpy beast and you are on your arms all the way!
|Jack Geldard - UKC Chief Editor||??/2011||-|
|irish paul||30/Aug/10||Lead O/S||
Stunning line, probably the best E3 I've done in Pembroke, simply fabulous!
Slipped near start
Johan Piper, Chris Parson
Absolutely brilliant route.
absolutely fantastic route - never hard but keeps going on big holds all the way
|belay bunny turned bad||06/Aug/09||2nd β|
Had been wanting to solo this all through the miserable Summer and at last: a crisp, sunny day.
|Ram MkiV||13/Sep/07||Lead O/S||
|Kev Little||??/2006||Lead O/S|
|Dave Reeve||?/Sep/05||2nd O/S||
Climbed on a windy day with swiftly rising tide, no chalk as Tony had to borrow mine.. a bit gripping on the bottom as a fall would have had me trying to prussik out of the sea...great climb though..!
|Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe||??/2005||-|
|ian caton||31/Aug/04||Lead O/S|
|Andrew Barker||?/Jun/04||Lead dog||
My first attempt at an E3. At least two falls and I ran out of quickdraws near the top but very glad I tried it.
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||?/Aug/03||2nd rpt|
superb climbing; one of the best climbs / best bits of climbing I've done; my first E3
way out there
Another Mr Lizard
|Dave Musgrove||27/Mar/91||Lead dog|
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||27/Mar/91||2nd|
|Steve Crowe||??/1991||Lead O/S||
circa 1991 (seconded Karin 29Aug1996)
I was glad I hadn't led this one at the time...very pumpy. I didn't tell Will mind... the "apprentice was coming of age". A good lead.
|William Robertson||??/1988||Lead O/S||
Emily, Steve, Shaun etc
|Nigel Coe||?/Aug/87||2nd dog||
I used 1 rest point.
|steve L||20/Apr/87||Lead O/S||
|William Robertson||??/1987||Lead O/S||
Emily, Steve, Shaun etc