The start is sketchy and the finish is sustained and tricky. A #1 cam placement high up is quite crucial. The peg which offered protection lower down is no more, so, all things considered, E3 is probably a more realistic grade now.

J A Summer, A George 10/Mar/1991


ClimberDateStyle
Hidden 30/Mar/14 Lead O/S
foostu4 30/Mar/14 2nd O/S
UncleMephisto 27/Feb/13 Lead dnf

Cratered falling from top moves with lsat gear at half height. Major props to Adam for quick thinking on the belay, could have ended messily otherwise. The climb which taught me the value of wearing a helmet.

with Adam Bloch
Michael Allday 31/Mar/12 Lead O/S
with rodney greenfield
Tim Sparrow 24/Mar/12 Lead
with Piers Nesbitt
Hidden 29/May/05 Lead O/S
Tim Sparrow ?/May/05 Lead
Hidden 12/Oct/91 Lead
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