Bark of a Midge* 7a
First bolt line at LH end of crag. Medium cam after 2nd bolt (not really needed).
M J Crocker, R Kingston 27/Apr/2000
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This climb is in 6 logbooks, and on 4 wishlists.

As usual with ladye bay, very hard to onsight ! But got second go. Very interesting and varied climbing, and a good no hands rest before the final crux! Definitely at least a star. The sandy grimness is all part of the struggle on the traverse. A great route and one I've had my eye on for ages!
Stanners - Lead RP - 19/May/13 with Jack Bradbrook

One of the more trad like sport routes around. Overall the climbing isn't that hard if you know what you are doing and are strategic about resting but the line itself is quite intimidating and the fact that its a traverse means getting your draws back at the end isn't a total piece of cake. Kudos to Rob for going first, without his beta for the final section there is no way I would have been able to do it first go (hidden undercut vital for reaching flat hold).
Quarryboy - Lead β - 19/May/13 with Rob Stanfield

Hidden - Lead RP - 22/Aug/11

Flashed apart from slipping off before the first bolt a couple of times. Bottom loose and slippy the rest nice but a bit sandy. Definitely worth doing.
Wendy - Lead β - 22/Aug/11 with Tom Ball

Felt stiff at the top
IceBun - Lead RP - 11/Oct/09 with John Wilson

The rest onsight, after messing about at the first bolt. Unique!
Paz - Lead dog - 03/May/06 with AS

Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
Loz procter, Stanners, Dan_Carroll
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