This climb is in 20 logbooks, and on 10 wishlists.
dave o - AltLd O/S - 11/Aug/12 with James R
Hidden - AltLd - 26/Jun/12
I lead the 6a and 5c pitches
Apharri - AltLd O/S - 19/Jun/12 with Dave Wharton
Super classic route, possibly as good if not better than Steeple. Thought the pitch gradings were a little harsh on the easier pitches, we thought more like 4c,4b,5a,4b,5c,5b(one very hard move, may have gone wrong way!),5c,5a and worth E3 overall as draining climbing so many strenuous pitches in a row! Harder than Steeple for sure. Epic weekend combined with steep gully skiing on Saturday!
Chad123 - AltLd O/S - 26/Mar/12 with Sophie B
Led first two pitches and joined them together plus the scrappy pitch half way, leaving Chad to do all the hard work! The overhanging crack pitch (5b, though Gazza says 5c?) was wild and brilliant fun with squirmy, leg jammy moves and big air beneath the feet; there was just one bit of slimy moss in the finger crack before the peg making it a battle to stay on! Belays were excellent - comfy grassy banks you could lie out on - all bar one just before the 'nails' 5a pitch... "delicate moves... pleasant cracks" ? Ooaft, this was our least favourite. What a MEGA route!!
sophiecb - AltLd - 25/Mar/12 with Chad
Stone Idol - 2012
Hidden - AltLd - 03/Jun/11
Hidden - 2011
Lone Rider - 2011
Hidden - 2011
Hidden - AltLd - 30/Jun/09
I did not shine that day and Dave&Steve did all the hard work
French Erick - AltLd O/S - 17/Aug/04 with Dave Kerr, Steve Wells
Dave Kerr - 17/Aug/03 with Steve Wells, Erick Baillot
Aided crux and top pitch due to wetness
Gudge - AltLd - 2002 with Gareth Hughes
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 23/Jul/00
alkira - 1996
graham lawrie - 1987
Hidden - AltLd - 28/Jun/86
On a weekend when we did all four of the classic extremes. The same day as we did Steeple.
Bob - AltLd O/S - 28/Aug/83 with J. Topping, M. Lynch
redjerry - AltLd O/S - Aug/82 with Spider McKenzie
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
Hidden, hobblingfool, Hidden, David Smith, Dr Toph, whistler, Lawrie Brand, ascii.abuse, ashknot, Ian Jones