The long line of weakness on the left of the face is a very difficult but high quality climb that is high in the grade. Start on a raised ledge left of the largest arching overhang.Climb a thin crack and slab to meet the left-trending thin crack-line at a peg and better gear. Follow the line all the way, passing two pegs at two-thirds height where the most difficult climbing is encountered. The top section of rock, past a final peg is slightly loose. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
The pegs have now been removed on creeping flesh (Oct 14) It has now been without them...It now offers a bolder proposition requiring a more sustained effort... For any aspirant leaders it should now be approached as hard E5 (E6?) 6b the crux is much bolder without its 2 pegs and more airtime awaits those who fluff it! A good stash of rps plus 3 sets of small to med nuts up to no6 are advised along with plenty of QD's (No cams needed) Stu
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Stone Muppet||04/May/13||TR O/S||
Onsight, just- called for a tight rope but didn't need it. Can't imagine leading this, definitely the most mental route I have ever been on!
Finished up abb rope
Harder and more sustained than I anticipated. Should have been right up my street but I don't think I could/would have led this.
Tidy, James Ibbotson
Fell twice from the crux trying to lead it! Got it first go seconding