H Harris, O Mullis 30/Sep/2002
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|leland stamper||24/Aug/14||Lead O/S||
Still a bit loose.
Yes it's a bit crumbly, and run-out in top half. Luckily that rain waited til we were ab-ing off
Deserves more stars in the book. Very limited protection, very very flakey holds and loose at the top is an understatement. Not a enjoyable climb at all.
Duncan Backhurst, Jake Leach
|Neil Gay||09/Apr/14||Lead rpt||
|Matthew Martin Wsm||25/Aug/13||TR||
very easy climb
Climbed up putting two bits of gear in, massive nice crack for the third, gave it a settling tug and pop huge flake just moved (everything's a bit loose so I had checked it) looked for something else around and there's nothing stable, climbed a bit higher looking for protection but it was all just super loose. Being pretty run out I did a tricky traverse to a tree and used it as an anchor to ab off. Tryed life in limbo to recover gear though it looks like the start has fallen away recently and was just as loose, quick walk to an ab and back to the west end!
good start but top was a bit loose and bold.
About as loose as Kerry Katona
|Neil Gay||18/May/13||Lead O/S||
Started on this one, but backed off as nothing was stable. Grabbed a large flake that looked like it would be a good spot for my first bit of protection and it came away in my hand. Everything thing else I thought looked like a good hand hold also broke away. Don't know if this climb has deteriorated in the recent heavy rain, but it needs some serious clean-up attention.
absolute choss pile - flakes the size of dinner tables rumbling down the crag!
Not much gear, a bit run out but easy climbing
Lots of lose rock, second sheared a massive lump nearly killing our 3rd and the route is mehhh
32m. No hard moves but sustained, a bit chossy, and with spaced protection in places. Could this be Severe?
Robert Bronsdon, Richard Reynolds
mark j and trevor
solo in hiking boots
|guy xavier percival||09/Aug/07||Solo O/S||
|Dan B||02/Jun/07||Lead O/S||