There is groundfall potential from the crux; careful protection and a nifty
second useful. Harder when greasy.
1) 6a. Climb the gymnastic wall to the roof. From here strength, stamina and technique will lead you over the roof to reach the gruesome, slanting crack, and a pull over onto the slab. Lack of these will bring you back down to earth.

Ken Palmer Nick Hancock 19/Apr/1986

ClimberDateStyleNotes & Partners
Richy boy 09/Nov/14 TR dnf

Hard! Harder than 5c!

Ben Russell 31/Mar/14 Lead dnf

Small and dynamic. First E3. Amazing climb! Will do next time.

Alex moore 08/Jun/13 -
nickstephens 01/May/13 Lead dnf

A hasty retreat as I learnt not to leave every bit of useful gear in my rucksack. Interesting though :o)

Chris Weight
hornbywill ??/2013 Lead RP

2nd go should have flashed it!

willhornby ??/2013 -
Edward Turner 08/Aug/10 TR dnf
El3ctroFuzz 13/Jun/10 Lead rpt

Did it second try, ground up. Annoyed. i should have done it first try, since i chose to sit on the gear. gay. To make up for the pussy'ing out, i soloed it afterwards. NOTE: The New PDF Guide gives this E4 6a. I give this E2 5c. Well protected with a 1 or 2 friend.

Elaine Budden
El3ctroFuzz 13/Jun/10 Solo rpt

Body said no, but mind said yes.

Elaine Budden
Luke Dawson ?/Aug/09 TR O/S
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