Ticklists: Wintours Leap easy multipitch.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
P1. With clients, teaching multipitch.
Alex Mayne, Ben May
|luke glaister||17/May||AltLd O/S||
Jesus first pitch me sec. Talking of the second, where does it go. I topped out and down climbed twice. In a jungle both times. In the end I had 15 meters of traverse with 3 runners in. Falling isent an option. . But I loved every min of it. Felt like I was new routeing. Wouldn't want to be an h's leader and new to it up there mind.
|Cheese Monkey||17/Aug/14||Lead O/S||
Worthwhile alternative to thetop two pitches of Left Hand Route. The traversing slab is quite necky and as you don't really know where to head and there's precious little gear. Well done Pete R.
Pete Randall, Peter Neden
|Pete Randall||21/Jun/14||AltLd O/S||
Rosi, Pete Neden
Couldn't find ab station at top (where is it?). Ended up traversing a long way left and then abseiling off a small tree just over the rim.
Soloed to reach the next ledge to start Swansong.
More geriatric waitering, - that Damn second move. Nice route though, new ab point in place at top
Pitch 2. Pretty odd traverse but fun.
|victim of mathematics||10/Aug/11||AltLd O/S||
Led P1. As a finish to Left Hand Route. A few nice moves. Deserves a star.
the start of this route has ther Indian sign over me, great apart from the top out.
|martin one||19/Jun/11||Lead O/S||
|Big Lee||21/May/11||Lead O/S||
Climbed after 1st two pitches of Left Hand Route. Worthwhile finale with contrasting 1st & second pitches. Limited gear on second pitch.
Did after 1-3 of Nibleheim. Led First pitch, quite off balance with placements. 2nd pitch exposed slabby stuff. Decent route, with a good veriety of good value 4b challenges. Worth a couple of stars.
First pitch felt a bit stiff for HS. Finished 2nd with a log traverse to the fir tree exit on the far left.
Lead both pitches
Night Climb. Lead Pitch 2
|ian d f||14/Mar/10||Lead O/S||
|Chris Sansum||30/Jan/10||AltLd O/S||
This climb needs a good cleanup (assuming we didn't go the wrong way after the crystal corner). Pitch two is very overgrown - pretty much impossible to get to the rock under the foliage, so you end up grabbing a bunch of dead branches and hoping that at least one of them will remain attached to the ground! It would probably be a lot worse in the summer. Must remember the secateurs next time! Pegs mentioned in the guidebook are now lost in the foliage. Maybe this route could do with being described as part of a linkup in the guidebook to encourage traffic on it?
After pitches 1+2 of Left Hand Route. Unsatisfactory belay in the yew tree, which was virtually inaccessible due to undergrowth and electric fence.
Lovely finish to the Left Hand Route and well done to Nick for climbing it with the bag!
led 2, did after 1&2 of LH Route. Great route with some superb moves and more than its share of exposure. Mystery why no stars in guide book.
James lead first crystal crack, I lead second pitch to topping out.
|Simon Caldwell||20/Jul/08||Lead O/S||
First pitch was some fun bridging up crystals followed by a nice exposed finish, second pitch quite bold with spaced protection, made a great finale to LH route.
First pitch only, really enjoyable climbing.
First time lead to top of North Wall - Great!!
Worth a star; I led P2.
|Tim W||15/May/05||AltLd O/S|
|simon kimber||??/2005||Lead O/S|
Lead 1st pitch.