|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Great route with character. 1st pitch 5b definitely, tough army traverse. I led through. Pitch from Giant's Crawl was not easy (Colin) he did higher alternative which was grubby and technical not 5a again...last pitch was on the grade 5b move over bulge.
Not feeling on form today - seconded both pitches (best done in 2 pitches?). To go back and lead some time. Both pitches nice.
|Alex Munnery||28/Sep/13||AltLd O/S||
I led pitch 2
|Rachel Somerville||19/Jul/13||AltLd O/S||
Me pitch 2 and 3.
|Liam Ingram||06/Jul/13||Lead O/S||
P1 only which was excellent and probably E1 in it's own right.
Only P1 as rest of our party had to leave. Excellent though intimidating and hard work. article here: http://bit.ly/1e4eH9A
1st pitch only.
lead 1st and 3rd pitch
Led P1 and 3. One slump on 3rd pitch figuring out the overhang... should of been clean. Pumpy route mind, move left on P1 is certainly committing!
Hard cruxy start on traverse and could find the sequence. Found it very pumpy.
|tim newton||05/Sep/10||AltLd O/S|
Tim led P1, which involved some swinging around on jugs on the traverse (quite spicy as there wasn't much gear placed). I led P2, which was excellent, with two distinct cruxy sections (not too strenuous if you get the right holds) and interest maintained to the top. Did Leopard's Crawl to get to the start. That has a really enjoyable first pitch, pity the diffculties aren't more sustained. Tim led that one and I led the unexceptional P2.
lead 2+3 together, brilliant!!!!
Lead 2nd and 3rd pitches
Started up this then continued onto the top section of Security Risk.
led p1. Dirty
|Alex Mason||13/May/08||2nd O/S||
good lead by tommy martin
|John Pickles||?/May/08||AltLd O/S||
|Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe||??/2006||-|
Led p 2 & 3
Led pitch 3 5b
Led all pitches over the years.
|John Southworth||?/Jul/95||Lead O/S|
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||06/Jul/92||AltLd|
|Steve Crowe||05/Jun/87||AltLd O/S|
|Paula Hamilton-Gibson||??/1979||AltLd O/S||