Matt Ward, Martin Crocker 1986
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Gaz of Bath||09/Sep||Lead RP|
|just one more||05/Aug||Lead RP||
|Josh Hadley||20/Jun||Lead O/S|
Stayed off the arete all the way apart from using the jug out left to clip the bolt above the overlap. Could have avoided the jug though I don't think it makes it a great deal easier. Shame it's an eliminate, it could be a great line.
|Stuart William||18/May/14||Lead O/S||
Used the arete too much as it seemed like the natural line. Nowhere near 7a+ like that. Realised it must be a fairly eliminate sequence and did the moves direct but couldn't be bothered to try to redpoint it.
|ian d f||15/May/14||Lead O/S||
Also used the left arete too much to make it feel like a 7a+. Took a few goes at working a good sequence between the 2nd and third clip, then found a great one that went real smooth
|Ricky Rocks||26/Jul/12||Lead dog||
Got through tricky start bit lead me into the other route, contrived line, prob best to just use the arete.
Retro-flash. I tried to avoid the left arete but forced into screwballed and back out, about 7a+ like that and 6c+ if one keeps to the left arete. A contrived route.
|Tim M||?/May/12||Lead O/S|
Trying to go direct through roof = falling off
|Mr Winkleberry||?/Feb/12||Lead RP||
|Dan Jenkin||21/Aug/11||Lead O/S||
eliminate & contrived
|Tom Brierley Gore||02/Jul/11||Lead O/S||
easier than screwballed next to it IMO, but maybe that's because it's easier to read.
about 6c/+ with the arete some of the way
|Caspian Johnson||24/Apr/11||Lead O/S|
used the left arete all the way - 6c. to avoid it would be very contrived
|Richard Hall||07/Mar/11||Lead O/S||
Just got back from Mallorca, would have been 6c there.
Raf, James Marshall
|Luke Dawson||09/Oct/10||Lead O/S|
On sight putting clips in. Used left arete most of the way: probably 6c+ the way I did it.
I used the arete on the left quite a lot and did feel more like a 6c or so. Rafael went right and looked a lot harder, I should repeat it another time going right at the tower.
fun bouldery crux
Defo not 7a+ the way I did it, tried it the other way (going right a bit) and it seemed no harder, couldn't see a way to go properly direct.
Jason Parker, Rebecca Edwards
|Kev Little||??/2009||Lead RP|
Used the left arete - how everyone else does it? Should do properly later, but this makes the moves over the overlap desperate - I think it's been done.
|Paul Robertson||29/Jul/07||Lead RP||
More like F6c+ the way I did it.
|guy xavier percival||28/May/07||Lead RP||
A direct eliminate has been done and sticking to the arete is a high 6 apparently. The 7b half and half version climbs logically but is escapable.
|Dan Savory||?/Apr/06||Lead RP|
|John Southworth||?/Mar/04||Lead O/S|