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Hidden - TR dog - 06/Feb/15
Ask Tom or Jim if I really did it. I assume for the 8b tick (as Vickers may have done it) you need to go direct and not use the sharp two finger pocket out right?
olliebenzie - Feb/15
Good effort Ollie, strong crimping & you did it without clipping any of the bolts without a boulder mat.
James Marshall - Lead dog - Feb/15 with ollie, Tom Ball
8b before breakfast! the first rock over is definitely the crux for me. feels weird giving it a route grade though, less moves than a lot of boulder problems! good moves though
grey wolf - Lead RP - 08/Apr/13
Climbed this above pads today as a highball boulder problem. Although it felt more like a solo at the top. Felt like soft 7C as a boulder to me, but I love the dirty crimps.
Cailean Harker - Sent x - 03/Apr/13
Been wanting to climb this for many years. Suites my style, so felt pretty soft for 8b. Well happy to get it 2nd go.
Cailean Harker - Lead RP - 29/Mar/13
Psyched to of got this done. For a line thats a bit dusty and looks crap, it actually climbs really well. Al and I sieged it with head torches at night for what you might consider to be "perfect conditions" :)
westyb3 - Lead RP - 11/Mar/13 with Alan Sarhan
After about 12 days of effort,decided to solo above a matress.Similar to in terms of difficulty and style of climbing to A statement of youth on the sea walls.
guy xavier percival - Solo RP - 23/Dec/05 with none