|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Mike Webster||03/Jul||2nd dog|
Superb!! One of the best E2s I have ever climbed. I have wanted to climb this for some time, and it didn't disappoint me, but rather impressed me more than expected! Very varied, and the interestingness is sustained. No-hand rest can be found for every couple of metres. E2 5b.
|Andy Moles||09/Jun||Lead O/S||
Placed my big cam about twelve times, and nothing smaller than a #11 nut. Probably a bit too sustained for E2.
Long and sustained. much wider than it looks from the start. Nowhere to place gear smaller than a #2 friend. multiple Camalot 4 and 5's are a good shout. Easier from the break but a long way to get there.
Max, alex mcmillan
Managed to top out with my only camalot 3 still on my harness. Loving the hex.
Absolutely awesome. Run out of big cams after 10m ...
Take lots of 3- 3.5 cams. A 4 is useful too
|Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing||??/2013||Lead O/S||
Quite scary/run-out as only had cams up to 3.5 and is an off-width - take as many big cams as you can afford.
George, Luke Steer
|Steve Crowe||02/May/93||Lead O/S||
Didn't take enough appropriate protection, finished with a big run out above my last large runner (after reaching down to move it up numerous times too)!
|michael burrows||22/May/91||Lead O/S||
|William Robertson||??/1987||Lead O/S||
Emily, Steve, Shaun etc