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With a siderunner in the Fossible thread out right, then climbed back down to the left and climbed the proper route. Felt like the first pitch would be E1 4c without the siderunner. Second pitch is well-protected and very soft for 5a. However the belay (after pitch 1) is the worst I have ever encountered in Avon, would probably be better to do it in one pitch, which however needs careful ropework (and at least 60m ropes if you want to belay from the edge of the slab I guess). A nice climb altoghether. More mantleshelves than any other route I have ever climbed.
pheotleyr - Lead O/S - 09/Mar/14 with Jana
James Jackson - 2014
jcw - 2013
Opted to climb around the start of the first pitch. The only pro at that point is a big collection of flakes which all look like they are ready to come off (the top one moves if you tug it), and without pro at this point you would deck out. You can bypass this by traversing right, climbing up to a thread, and then traversing back to the ledge (didn't fancy a broken leg before my forthcoming trip to the alps!). Enjoyed all of the mantleshelves.
Chris Sansum - Lead O/S - 10/Jul/10 with Gary Lewin
Much more awesome than the guide says (assuming sloping mantleshelves are your cup of tea...)
RedFox - Lead O/S - 02/May/07 with Eddie Hung
Strang P1 + P2. In trainers.
Paz - Lead O/S - 12/Mar/05 with KF
AndySL - Lead β - 10/Aug/93 with Mark
Hidden - Lead O/S - 16/Sep/77
beaumap - Lead - 03/Sep/77 with Pete Coghill
Andy Chubb - Lead - 18/Aug/76 with Steve Monks
Hidden - AltLd - 1966