s. monks, g. reid, a. fyffe 09/Feb/1987
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Standard, but enjoyable
The final slap was a bit tricky in lean condition
|Richard Kendrick||?/Jan||AltLd O/S||
Good alternative to Invernookie...still has turf on it (which was well frozen).
Some useful snow and frozen turf, is this really IV,5 now? III,4 in old guide probably nearer the truth for good conditions. First route of the season - a long time coming
Some interesting moves on snowed up slabs. No ice, but enough hooks to get to the top.
Some good ice, some bad ice. Good snow/bad snow. Bit Slush Puppy in places but a fun route. Lots of melting going on.
|Brian Pollock||09/Nov/13||Lead O/S||
Spent most of the time excavating the route from beneath deep powder snow. Crux corner and groove were very thin (no ice) and felt nails. Topped out in the dark. One to remember.
steep tricky near the top and the final pitch is really thin which def made it more difficult. loved the route but watch for rope drag!
robnz, pete a
Good route with an awesome last pitch. It felt desperate in places especially the conner and exit grove.
|Sean Bell||12/Jan/08||AltLd O/S||
Gets IV,5 in new Gorms guide. Superb last pitch, a technical fight on hooks and torques. Andy lead the meaty bits.