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few burns, Linked to a move before the jug at 2/3rds height, great moves techy powerful and sustained, will be back
brices - Lead dog - 11/Jun/14 with Tris
Amazing piece of climbing up a seemingly blank section of this cliff. Great moves on thin holds. Felt nails to me, perhaps thats because it was 26 degrees and in direct sunlight. Great day out. Not a trad route.
Cailean Harker - Lead RP - 06/Jun/14 with Mike Goldthorp
F7c, it's a run out sport route and not really a trad climb, certainly not E7. A little run out between bolts and only a few bits of gear to place. Great climbing. Was only a few moves away from flashing it but in reality I was miles off, I was so pumped. Great fun fighting to get that far though. Got it the next go.
colesy - Lead RP - 29/Mar/14 with Ollie Benzie
Re-bolted and climbed ! I think hard 7c (it is quite sustained) and really good quality. There's now a proper lower off (reachable by abbing off the railings), 5 glue-in bolts and a 2 bolt hanging belay.(bolts provided by BMC)
There is a natural peg that can be easily backed-up and take a couple of large cams for the easy climbing below the peg.
GET ON IT - it's grrrrreat !
James Marshall - Lead RP - 26/Feb/14 with Pete Shepherd
Great climbing, about F7c, maybe a bit harder for the short. Awesome, wild move at the top. Best done by abbing off the end of the ramp to a peg belay, and traversing over to the first bolt. Relies on pegs and a couple of bolts for protection, and is basically a clip up. Would be a brilliant E8 with the bolts chopped. Any opinions on that?
Ged Desforges - Lead RP - Mar/09