120m. The gully line on the left curves to the right and has a tricky section in the upper half. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|victim of mathematics||03/Apr/13||Solo O/S|
|Somerset swede basher||16/Mar/13||Solo O/S|
generally good condition throughout though a little sugary towards the top. another excellent day out
|Two Cams Tom||18/Dec/11||Solo|
|Liam Martin||08/Jan/11||Lead rpt||
Kirsty Richardson, Mike F
A bit think on the steep section but still a good route. Took longer than expected after Hayley's crampon fell off I was forced into an early belay after I (wrongly) thought I was at the end of the rope.
|Liam Martin||07/Feb/10||Lead O/S|
bit thin i thought, esp after all the snow we'd had!
will devall, cam fowler
down and up and down and up and down (for ali's shoe bag) and up (home for tea)
nats and ali
|Martin Haworth||07/Feb/09||Solo O/S|
|Mr. K||07/Feb/09||AltLd O/S|
|The Mountain Goat||06/Dec/08||Solo O/S||
Lots of soft snow a little thin at the top
Ben and Wicks
Easy until final section, had to use rope for the second.
Easy until final section, had to use rope for second at this point.
Still plenty of (damp) snow in the gully which made this an entertaining ascent.
Ric Moat, Ben Lea
|Martin Haworth||?/Dec/05||Lead O/S||
thin but good
A fantastic sunny/cold day, very soft snow.