Rockfax Description
The wide dog-leg crack lives up to its name. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Start at the lowest part of the slab above two dead trees. Climb the grass filled crack, hard to start, first up leftwards then back right to finish up the right side of the block overhang. (Cicerone)

scottyp 05/May Lead O/S
Stanners 02/Nov/15 Solo O/S

very pleasant

with Giles
Mike_T0501 06/Aug/15 Lead O/S
Otis 18/Apr/15 Lead
Fiskavaig 05/Apr/15 Lead
with Bill
andy tetsill 17/Jun/14 Lead
with Shrewsbury MC
andy tetsill 04/May/14 Solo
Otis 18/Apr/14 Lead
cmjones2 06/Feb/14 TR dog
Graham Beaumont 26/Jun/12 Lead O/S

Gear placement was a bit tricky, and benefitted from Dave's Cam's to put in a few pockets. Once i'd make my way up the left ascending crack; i verred right under the overhang and out of a triagular slab to top out. Ideal for two single ropes

with David Bowler
WrekinMC 26/Jun/12 2nd rpt
with Graeme
lizzyb 22/May/12 Solo O/S

I love this rock with quartz like fusions on the front which haven't worn away as harder than the surrounding rock - thus sticking out.

moelfras 10/Aug/11 Lead
Hidden ?/Aug/11 Lead O/S
Hidden 18/Apr/11 Lead O/S
DerwentDiluted 14/Feb/10 Solo
ebastock 13/Sep/09 Lead O/S
with Heather Eyre
Hidden 23/Jun/09 Lead O/S
willson 21/May/09 Solo
willson ?/Aug/08 Lead
with ben
Hidden 07/Jul/05 Solo
andy007 05/Jul/01 Lead O/S
with Jon Humphreys
Hidden ?/Jul/00 Lead
Hidden ??/1990 Solo
Hidden ??/1989 -
Rob Davies ??/1971 AltLd


with John Lumley, Ian Tilston, Allan Sleight
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