|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
awesome main pitch lead by bren , second pitch is death on a stick be careful
|john lynch||31/Aug||Lead O/S||
Good warm up on a warm day.
Hot day, good warm up, good climbing. Covered in spiders!
|Alex Mason||01/Sep/14||2nd O/S||
Awesome jug fest and very good rock.
|Dan Vaj||13/Oct/13||2nd O/S||
|Martin Haworth||05/Sep/13||Lead rpt||
Henrys first taste of Red Wall.
Good and surprisingly steep low down. Falling off before the second peg would be inadvisable but even the worst sections of rock are as good as the best bit on Red Walls.
|victim of mathematics||12/Aug/13||AltLd O/S||
Led the main pitch. Steady, although I nearly conspired to fall off above the good peg anyway due to extreme uselessness. The gear's a bit ropey in the lower half, but the climbing's lovely and the situation is very cool.
a really good route, though the diagram indicates you should start lower its really loose down there and best just to traverse from the top of the promentory
|Martin Haworth||01/Sep/12||Lead O/S|
Very nice, steady
nice steady climbing, no real crux just a slighty harder bit. great route
nice route, felt quite low end E1, good juggy climbing. i lead the first pitch and kit did the second.
|david morse||08/Oct/10||Lead O/S||
in one pitch, not recommended!
Nice opener at Red Walls, 6 parties on Right Hand crag!
First route on Red Wall - as the guide book suggests, pretty solid and amenable, though the crux is right at the very start on the initial traverse in and isn't that well protected. Led P2, which would be quite nice if it wasn't covered in lichen.
|Neil Adams||15/Aug/10||Lead O/S||
Great first pitch, horrible top-out.
Escaped up this after it started raining when we abbed in to do Red Wall. Led easy top pitch.
Made more exciting by someone taking a big fall off the finishing moves of Deygo and pulling a block off which missed my very worried dad by a few feet
Good lead by Si
Quite good rock