10m. The tricky lower crack leads to easier climbing. Finish up the wider crack spitting the final wall. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Michael Bonallie||03/Oct||2nd O/S|
|C Witter||24/Jun||2nd O/S||
Nice moves on first section.
solo, then belayed, then ran away - definite Mary Celeste moment for toasty
Had a bit of a wobble on steep crack and dealt with it, good for me.
first bit good, second bit green and uninteresting
|Ian Jones||02/May/09||Solo O/S|
Looked abit damp but was ok really! First crack is VERY steep and strenous for VDiff, spent a minute or two spotting it out, then flew up it without protection until it was all over! Oops! After the short steep struggle, its over really, abit of a ramble as someone mentioned below. Beautiful views from over the top and whilst looking out I realised what an odd thing to do climbing was. Sitting ontop of a lonesome buttress holding a rope and looking at the wonderful surrounding hills! Sheer bliss!
|Phil West||04/Sep/05||Lead O/S||