Rockfax Description
A brilliant line featuring sustained and strenuous manoeuvres on excellent rock. Move up to a juggy rail and then left up the curving line of flakes to a good hold and semi-rest. Powerful moves up the headwall gain a distant undercut, from where one final hard pull reaches better holds that lead slightly left to finish. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Originally E6 6b

FA. John Moulding 27.7.89 27/Jul/1989

Adam Booth 27/Jun Lead rpt

Retro flash with Mike's beta for the lower half

with Mike Grant
anguskille 05/Jun Lead rpt
with Rob, Tim
anguskille 25/May Lead RP

took me a while but worth it, great climbing. now for Elite!

with Rob
Adam Booth 05/Jul/14 Lead RP

Got it on my warm up putting the draws in!

Adam Booth 02/Jul/14 Lead dog

Too unfit to finish it once I'd worked out the crux, should get it next time.

Hidden 02/Jul/14 Lead dog
Hidden 26/Jun/13 Lead RP
edinbed 28/Jul/12 Lead O/S
Ed Booth 28/Mar/11 Lead RP

Psyched. Me and Fennerz went on this a few days before we both left for our travels. We should have done it then. Got the clips in, and had a rest then did it first redpoint today. No Limestone fitness whatsoever atm, was breathing out my arse by the chains. Psyched, cool day! Not E6 anymore. Fully bolted a tough Fr7B+

with Fennerz
Ed Booth 12/Sep/10 Lead dog

Had a quick bolt to bolt dog and located holds, then tried on top rope and did form jug rail to top in one, which is basically all of it. Then tried to red point and hung on last bolt. Moved ot big undercut but didn;t hve it right to clip. It will go next time.

with Fennerz
daveayton ?/Jul/10 Lead RP
with C Harney
guyblackwood ?/Apr/09 Lead RP
with Lee
Lee Proctor ??/2009 Lead
Hidden 25/Aug/07 Lead RP
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