155m. Pisgah is the buttress between Moss Gill and Steep Gill. Start at a chimney line on the right of the buttress. Follow the summer line. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Good conditions. Sustained and varied climbing
|Andrew Wilson||06/Feb/13||AltLd O/S||
Alex smith, Chris Vernon
Conor, Tom Nichols
Great route that has sustained interest. Only the last pitch is easy at about II, all the rest are probably 6 ish. The route does use turf in places so a good freeze is good. Neve might be handy but we only had powder. Started up the chimney to the right in error two days ago so came back to finish it and retrieve gear.
|Lee Sheard||08/Jan/11||AltLd O/S||
Sustained all the way.. Harder than Bowfell Buttress!!! Finished in the dark with one Headtorch..
Bailed out at crevasse belay. Far, far too slow.
|A Crook||28/Feb/10||AltLd dnf||
far too slow, tonnes of powder snow and no neive bailed at the crevase,
Climbed with almost no useable ice and dry frozen turf so seemed quite tough (V6?). A fantatastic route though with about 6 really varied pitches in fantastic surroundings, belays good. Better overall than Bowfell Buttress I thought.
Lots of snow on the route and the approach made for slow going.
|Jonathan Lagoe - UKC||?/Dec/03||AltLd||