Hidden - Lead O/S - 20/Jun/13
Hidden - 2nd - 18/Jun/13
JasonK - Lead - 14/Jun/11 with Tom Smith
KeithAlexander - Lead rpt - 14/Apr/11 with Elsier
Elsier - 2nd - 14/Apr/11 with Keith
alisterrobbird - 2nd - Aug/10
came off pumped quite low down, trying to reverse to rest, was over nervous because thought it would be quite run out (but actually pretty well protected). didn't go right though, just straight up. bit of a hassle to find a belay stance.
KeithAlexander - Lead dog - Jul/10 with Graeme Diack
Hidden - Lead rpt - 19/Jun/10
HVS? Well protected and so much easier than Overhanging Cleft.
Brendan - Lead O/S - 16/Jun/10 with Annika
Hidden - Lead O/S - 12/Jun/10
One hard move near the bottom and the rest is fine, though didn't read the guidebook and moved slightly left near the top as seemed the more obvious line. Will need to visit again to see how right you can go.
niallk - Lead - 05/Aug/09 with Steven Harris
Get feet up and have confidence in them. Once you've reached the backwards C with your hands and get feet on the ledge your home free.
climberuk - 2nd β - 05/Aug/09 with Niall
Hidden - Solo O/S - 18/May/08
jonnie3430 - Solo O/S - 18/May/08 with Tom
PeteH - Solo rpt - 2007
Hidden - Solo - Jun/06
Hidden - Solo O/S - 2005
Marti999 - Lead - 1996
Hidden - TR dog - 06/May/89
Old Tyke - 1987
Hidden - Lead - Sep/85
Lone Rider - 1975