There was a peg protecting this route, which has now gone and may not be replaceable - hence the upgrade from E5 to E6 to reflect the current seriousness.

"I repeated this on saturday with some top rope practice the same morning.It is too bold to be only E5. E6 is the right grade, a fall from the last hard move will not result in a ground fall if the belayer is playing close attention." - Guy Percival

ClimberDateStyle
Paul Robertson 26/Sep/10 TR dog

Beautiful climbing. The last hard move is not far above a good wire, but the wire is not that far above the ground!

guy xavier percival 26/Sep/10 Lead RP

Good rock and excellant climbing. It feels like one of those steep grit slabs

with paul
rubben 30/Apr/10 TR

looks like it hasn't really been climed in a while! First 5 metres aare fine, as are the top 10 metres, but the 3 metres inbetween it all is fairly blank?! Tried to clean it all, but still a bit gritty (loose grit on surface, not gritstone)...so there is a sequence with a good right hand crimp, sloping left hand side pull crimp and then an upwards thumb on a tiny lip...hard and wouldn't really fancy doing it without this missing peg! Possibly with in-situ gear??

rubben 30/Apr/10 TR

looks like it hasn't really been climed in a while! First 5 metres aare fine, as are the top 10 metres, but the 3 metres inbetween it all is fairly blank?! Tried to clean it all, but still a bit gritty (loose grit on surface, not gritstone)...so there is a sequence with a good right hand crimp, sloping left hand side pull crimp and then an upwards thumb on a tiny lip...hard and wouldn't really fancy doing it without this missing peg! Possibly with in-situ gear??

with Marcus O'Leary
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