First pitch is rather dirty, the second pitch is the meat of the route which felt more like HVS on the day !

Ticklists: Lakeland Revival 2015, Lakeland's Best Multi-pitch Routes up to HVS.


ClimberDateStyle
Ric2ragas ??/2016 -
swmackey 25/Jul/15 AltLd O/S
alpinismo.uk 16/Jun/15 Lead

First pitch a dead loss (but you can traverse in from the descent) needs abseiling down to clean properly, but the second pitch is great, slightly bold start , then lots of gear. Great position.

joermann 03/Jun/15 AltLd
Lessworkmoreclimbing 20/Apr/15 AltLd

i led first pitch of The Veil rather than official first pitch which looked unappealing. Great route!

with Lee
Lee Sheard 20/Apr/15 AltLd dog

jen lead pitch 1 of the veil, i led 2nd pitch, obviously im not a gritstone climber!! Great pitch well worth doing, take 2 no2 friends then go for it.

with jenny
tmawer 30/Aug/14 AltLd O/S

Lead pitch 1, nice route (not called Hitchhiker)

with Bram
BTphonehome 30/Aug/14 AltLd O/S

P2. Another route on this part of the crag which is well worth a look. Good moves and gear moving up through the crack.

with Tony
6aPunter ??/2013 -
Hidden 23/Sep/12 2nd
Hidden 20/May/12 AltLd dog
Hidden 20/May/12 AltLd O/S
Adi Hooper 04/Sep/11 2nd

Only did 2nd pitch.

with Roger Ward
J1PEF 19/Aug/11 AltLd

2nd pitch is well worth the stars. a hidden gem!!

with beds
beds74 19/Aug/11 AltLd
with Claire Astbury, Jon Peffer
Hidden 17/Jun/06 Lead O/S
Martin Bennett 24/Apr/05 -
with MT
Trobbo 22/Aug/01 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Mar/00 -
Nigel Bond 24/Mar/75 Lead
with Alan
Martin Bennett 31/May/74 -

Our route was then called "Hitcher" and had no first pitch. Is the first pitch mentioned here the same as that of Slack Not?

with Dot Wood
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