Hidden - Lead O/S - 31/Oct/14
Hidden - 2nd O/S - 31/Oct/14
Hidden - Lead O/S - 24/Aug/14
Moving right of overhang fairly tricky. Well protected with gear
Deary65 - Lead O/S - 17/Jun/14 with Georgia
Lewis201 - Lead O/S - 13/Jun/14
EmilyElouise - Lead rpt - 17/May/14
EmilyElouise - Lead rpt - 15/Apr/14
Luke Davies - Lead - 12/Apr/14
hutchay - Lead O/S - 29/Mar/14 with Emily Palmer
EmilyElouise - 2nd O/S - 29/Mar/14
Pylon King Against Capit@lism - TR O/S - 07/Mar/14 with Mr Shunt
tp45597 - Lead O/S - 24/Jul/13 with niels
Hidden - 2nd - 24/Jul/13
Quirina - 2nd rpt - 17/Jun/13 with Neil Larsen
Hidden - Lead rpt - 17/Jun/13
R_W_M - 2nd - 14/Oct/12 with Steve G
stafford101 - Lead O/S - 01/Apr/12
wurzelinzummerset - 2nd - 22/Jan/12 with Chris
Hidden - Lead O/S - 22/Jan/12
Meant to do Treebeard but ended up doing this. A bit disappointed to miss the 4c bit but I was lowered down to toprope it after.
Katherine Ross - Lead O/S - 01/Nov/11 with Tom Henshall, Charlie Beard
climbingxcat - Lead O/S - 24/Jul/11 with Brian
nick hawkins - 2nd - 09/May/11 with Jez
Pretty sure I went miles to far right....
jezb1 - Lead - 09/May/11
Hidden - Lead rpt - 19/Apr/11
Quirina - 2nd O/S - 19/Apr/11 with Neil Larsen
ElvisLeg - 2nd O/S - 02/Apr/11 with Charlie Burbridge
Hidden - Lead - 02/Apr/11
bonelessivar - 2nd O/S - Mar/11
31770 - 2011
fletch73 - 2011
Hidden - TR - Jul/10
The guidebook says "climb Treebeard to the overhang, and climb a slabby groove to the top". One would reasonably assume this means the same "overhang at 15 metres" referred to in the Treebeard description. However, if you go this high you are effectively climbing Treebeard, having done the 4c climbing, and having bypassed the slabby groove. Therefore the "overhang" on Greybeard is lower. Furthermore, there is no viable finish above the slabby groove - you have to finish leftwards to the large tree, as for the two preceding routes (and as for the new HVS Open Knightly). This all needs sorting for the next book.
bpmclimb - Lead rpt - 21/Jun/10 with Clare
Thought I was doing Treebeard - to be honest the difference in the variations is so slight as to be unnecessary. I would say there are 4c moves before the overhang anyway.
James Moyle - Lead O/S - 17/Jun/10
First trad experience.
Gareth Bowen - 2nd β - 17/Jun/10 with Richard Burton, James Moyle
Hidden - Lead - Jun/10
andy dunn - Lead rpt - 05/Apr/10 with J
To warm up, then it rained, and didn't stop for the whole day :(
bpmclimb - Lead O/S - 19/Mar/10 with Clare
Hidden - Solo O/S - 15/Jul/09
CarolineH - Lead O/S - 07/Jun/08 with Lizzie and Pete
Another nice route with interest and varied character. After Gundabad it seemed easy, plenty of gear placements, opportunities to rest; a challenging move at half height made me think for a few minutes before I spotted the obvious sidepull. I should have tackled the roof direct, the jugs are massive, just like the red 5c at UCR, but bi-passed it to the right on this 4b variant because I mis-remembered the guide book's directions, (doh). The direct move is a better climb, Treebeard 4c, and very well protected with a wire high on the right so there will be no excuses next time.
Humpty Dangler - Lead O/S - 09/Feb/08 with Jordan Lane
Hidden - Lead O/S - 09/Feb/08
Top out's getting a bit messy but it's still brilliant.
thomasadixon - Lead rpt - 12/Aug/07 with Muriel
Matt Tranter - Aug/07
MarkR - 09/Apr/07
Absolutely brilliant route, deserves at least a star, if not three.
thomasadixon - Lead - 14/Oct/06 with Mark
My Gravity - Lead O/S - 16/Jul/06 with Rick
Chris Sansum - 2nd O/S - 09/Apr/06 with Colin Milton
Hidden - Lead - 07/Apr/06
Bristoldave - Lead O/S - 2006
rapidrich - Lead O/S - 20/Sep/01 with Katie
Hidden - 2001
CurlyStevo - Lead - 2001
chris sm - Lead O/S - 31/Jan/98 with Pippa Froggatt
leland stamper - Lead O/S - 17/Jul/93 with rich anderson
Jon Didymus - Lead O/S - 03/May/93