Hidden - Lead rpt - 17/Mar/13
Got so pumped. Really hard climb.
bazthomas - 2nd dog - 08/Sep/12 with Paul (BMC)
clean this time. Still hard though.
Dilwat - Lead rpt - 08/Sep/12 with Tom M
could have possibly cleaned this if on a top rope but burned out while trying to remove some cams that had walked into their cracks,was so engrossed in the climbing that at one moment when i was right on my limit with my hands slipping on a exposed layback that i forgot i was on a rope and thought i was about to take my last fall ,started to hyperventilate ,had to wedge knees and arms into the crack and calm myself down.
whiteexplorer - 2nd dog - 08/Sep/12 with Dilwat
Joemanglerocks - Lead - 08/Sep/12 with Baz
Much harder than It's neighbouring route "Nothing much"
TommyC - 2nd dog - 08/Sep/12 with Andy SDMC
Sarah Welsh - 2nd O/S - 08/Sep/12 with Nick Donohue
Felt very sustained on second. Nice moves but I felt hard for the grade.
Joel Perkin - 2nd - 05/Aug/12 with Tim Taylor, Simon Hammond
What an absolute gem of a route! Sustained is another word that comes to mind :o)
nickstephens - Lead O/S - 05/Aug/12 with Gareth Greeves
Sustained after the first roof, best to keep moving. Climbed with Joel Perkin and Tim Taylor. Great route.
simonhammond1966 - Lead O/S - 05/Aug/12
gg4419 - 2nd O/S - Aug/12
Created some kind of weird impossible to free rope jam with a krab and two nuts just below the top moves so blew the onsight. Agree with the other comments, sustained once you are past the first overhang and more like HVS. Lost some skin jamming.
Dilwat - Lead dog - 04/May/12 with Pete, SurferStan
SurferStan - 2nd - 04/May/12 with Dilwat
Really pumpy, felt harder than Nothing Much next door
francois - Lead O/S - 01/Apr/12 with Chris
Felt more like a HVS: the layback is nice, but it is very sustained with few places to rest!
BelayBunney - 2nd O/S - 01/Apr/12 with Francois
steep, failed to lead 2nd pitch, ran out of steam at horizontal break
DanLear - 2nd - 17/Sep/11 with Andy Pemberton
with Dan. 1st pitch pumpy -felt a lot more like HVS 5a but I was unfit at the time!
andy_pemberton - Lead - Sep/11
Trickier as wet!
Dizz - Lead - 19/Jun/11 with Richard S
Led p1: Take care to place good pro before starting the first roof... sustained jamming (or laybacking) is to follow. HVS, 5a in my book! P2 is no pushover either!!
Pete Nugent - AltLd O/S - 04/Apr/11 with Andy Peasgood
Hidden - Lead - 28/May/10
Sustained enough to warrant HVS. A superb route. You may need to abandon a krab or maillon to abseil off the pinnacle if you do the top pitch.
Kafoozalem - 2nd O/S - 20/Sep/09 with Tony Hopkins
This was a great route to end a great weekend. The first pitch was tough,more like a HVS ,I had a full on pump just before the second overhang,lead it clean and well happy.
Popkids - AltLd O/S - 20/Sep/09 with Pete Saunders
took 2 proper lead falls, one from just above the initial roof, the second from just under the second roof. Rested on gear on the second pitch too. Very sustained climbing, but protection is good :)
Kirill - Lead dog - 12/Apr/09 with Gareth
Kyuzo - Lead O/S - Jun/06 with Hal Watts
hal - Jun/06
Mark Kemball - 2nd - 27/Feb/05 with Nic Dill
Hidden - Lead O/S - 19/Sep/04
mikeyjbs - Lead O/S - 05/Jun/04 with wilko, sven hassle, will woodhead, jeremy leicester, dan, paul kenny, hans allnut, simon ball, farrow
Different Steve - 2nd O/S - Apr/03 with Rupert Holbrook
cem - Lead O/S - 23/Apr/00 with Graham Dolman
colin milton - AltLd - 15/Apr/95 with eric milton