This climb is in 8 logbooks, and on 6 wishlists.
First go, again -- suits me and whatever remains of my style. Still a lovely route.
Jon Read - Lead rpt - 12/Aug/12 with andi turner
Been after this one for a while! Really, really brilliant. Technical enough to make you think you're a real rock star and just enough to get the nerves going. Lowered off a hanging rope rather than doing battle with the 12 feet of overganging jungle at the top, good enough for me.
andi turner - Lead - 12/Aug/12 with Jon Read
Rue not cleaning and chalking the route properly when i placed the side runners, but wanted to 'fl-onsight' it...! Happy birthday to me anyhow, first go, ground up after a scritty slip off a hold on the arete. Brilliant climb, longer obviously but easier technically than Fresh Arete.
Dave Warburton - Lead - 01/Sep/11 with Franco Cookson
Steve Crowe - 2010
Abbed down and gave the route a quick brush, led with pre cliped side runners. Need to come back and finish it off properly
lukehunt - Lead β - 06/Apr/09 with Rob
fantastic technical climbing with a bold feeling, dynamic finish. Abbed to clean it up a bit, put the side runners in then made a decent 1st effort but slipped off about level with the gear as I overlooked one of the holds I'd just cleaned and chalked (doh!). 10mins rest then got it next go.
Belier - Lead - 27/Jul/08 with Al
what a fantastic route!superb moves!defo a scary lead tho...
mikekeswick - TR dog - 10/Jun/08 with amy
With the side-runner (E5). Wanted to do this for years, since I saw the picture of Nick Dixon doing it in the Dave Jones book. Abbed it first to clean it and place side-runner; flashed the climbing. A very hard E6 to onsight solo? Dynamic at times. Top notch route, though!
Jon Read - Lead β - 15/Apr/07 with Debs
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
Sam Marks, James Oakes, Dave Warburton, B-bop, Franco Cookson OLD, Hidden