13m. The steep crack system rising out of the niche provides a fine route - short but powerful. Getting past the low jug provides a committing crux, whilst the finish, despite being dusty, has good holds and good moves.

Ticklists: The Moorland Challenge.


ClimberDateStyle
Hidden 28/Jun/15 2nd O/S
Georgie25 14/May/15 2nd
Keith Swainson 14/May/15 Lead G/U

Wow this one's dirty, needed a bit of "desperation excavation" above the crux to unearth a crutial (useful) hold in the nick of pumpy time. Lovely knee bar in a nest around half height. Gear everywhere. Loved it. Though sadly took me 2 goes to commit to the crux.

Hidden 26/Aug/14 2nd
Matthew Ferrier 23/Jul/14 Lead O/S

Pure, amazing, filth.

freemanTom 28/Aug/12 2nd

Managed to layback bottom section. Threw in a few jams for second. Reachy finish.

with Ben Pearce
Franco Cookson 01/May/11 Lead O/S

Classic Moors route. I chose not to jam, which was interesting...

Dave Warburton 01/May/11 Lead O/S

Backed off a few years ago, done with fist jam this time. Pleasant.

Matt Bill Platypus 11/May/09 2nd dnf
with Fiend
mikekeswick 03/Sep/06 TR O/S

good gear for the lead???

with leif
Steve Crowe 20/Aug/05 Lead O/S
with KM
Hidden ??/1989 -
DPaul 24/May/80 Lead O/S
with D Wilson
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