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Hidden - Solo rpt - 09/Jun/15
Seemed very hard for HVS! Certain dusty feel to the holds. Steep and sustained.
Joel Perkin - 2nd O/S - 29/Jun/14 with Simon Hammond
Beautiful sunny afternoon. Route is obvious and gear is both plentiful and good. Tough start but easier at top. Rock is better than it looks. Top is good.
simonhammond1966 - Lead dog - 29/Jun/14 with Joel Perkin
Took a fall in my lead attempt when a hold snapped. Very sustained for HVS as listed. Hard at E1. Good pro when you make the crack, but doesn't ease off until halfway up.
Jelly Mould Surfer - 2nd RP - 23/Mar/14
Tom Seccombe - Lead O/S - 13/Dec/12 with Harvey, tj murry
Michael Aylen - Lead O/S - 12/Jul/11 with tim exley
loved it, set up a hanging belay with two nuts and a cam. Remember what side to put the dead rope and when climbing look around more, to the left and the right.
Joey C - Lead β - 28/Jun/11 with Tim Exley
Fantastic crack climb up the yellow face. Bold start on good holds to the beginning of the crack. My heart settled once I got the first nut in at the base. From there follow the crack using crimps and hand jams till the crack widens. Then relax on jugs to the top. The belay is not as tricky as the guide book suggests. There are some good solid cracks for cams if you set up a hanging belay. Make sure you test the rocks first as a few around are wobbly! The decent off the back is the worst part down a grassy slope testing rocks as you go to hold on to. An ace onsight to tick off.
Legs - Lead O/S - 28/Jun/11
tim exley - Lead O/S - 15/Jun/11 with joe cossey
Hidden - Lead rpt - 16/Jun/09
Maybe E1 and some quite loose rock in places. The peg mentioned in the guide for the belay is too high for the second to clip. I lowered Paula down and she belayed me so that I could abseil down the opposite side of the fin.
ecowaller - Lead - 05/Aug/07 with Paula
Hidden - Lead O/S - 11/May/03
Mark Kemball - Lead - 1999
Simon cook - Oct/98