FFA C Torrans, C Sheridan 1974
Ticklists: Ireland 3 Star E1-E2.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Mr Sparkle||18/Sep||2nd O/S|
P2 - Brilliant!
P1. Save some medium cams for the top of the first pitch
Thought this was a gift at E2 and more like Peak HVS 5b. Great climbing and line regardless.
I led P2
|Ian Jones||10/Jun||AltLd O/S||
Fantastic and very cruisy. Felt like HVS compared to The Prow E1s. ****
|Martin Bagshaw||10/Jun||AltLd O/S||
Ian led first pitch
Amazing! Really teaches you how to jam... Still didn't stop me from trying to crimp stuff on the side and layback though..
Not sure how to log this one... Climbed up to crux then it rained so lowered off. Lowered in to get the gear and top-roped out as doing that walk out once in one day was more than enough! Will be back to do it properly.
a sustained route; crux on 1st pitch is indeed the overhang, but crux on 2nd is not the hand traverse or the mantle to the ledge but the crack to the top
Speed climbing training route #1. 37minutes. Awesome route! First time a few years ago it took half the day. Double Cams up to Grey and one size 9 wire.
As one awesome pitch
Led first pitch (of the day, and of the holiday too!)
|metal arms||29/Jul/11||AltLd O/S|
Led in one big 60m pitch.
Mark followed the guidebook and went straight left from the belay. Do not do this. An edge broke off and he took a factor 2 onto my belay. Follow the crack for 3 metres and take an obvious finger crack left for 2 metres to the next crack.
|Gareth Clendinning (UBMC)||16/Aug/09||Lead O/S||
Sterling climb, best I've done at the Head so far.
|Rose Williams||16/Aug/09||2nd dog|
Lead the first pitch.
wowee! total waddage, should be renamed "better than pembroke?"
RT & JB
|John HW||??/1986||AltLd O/S||