|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Ramon Marin||13/Sep||Lead RP||
It was filthy today, cleaned, showed the moves to Tom. Then send it next go
Tom le fanu
|Dave Turnbull, BMC||13/Sep||Lead RP||
TR first then fine. Didn't use thread (definitely be tricky to place o/s), or top peg.
Jump is still harrowing as ever, get a mate to abseil and clean if it going for the onsight. The
On Orange's gear. One pad mono three moves off the ground. Warm up your finger first.
|Ramon Marin||11/Apr||Lead rpt||
|Ramon Marin||23/Oct/14||Lead RP||
Pretty late in the season, fairly wet and crumbly, but send after a toprope. The mono move was evil and i think pulled a tendon, but rock season is over for me so I didn't really care.
Beta'd up to the eyeballs but still a big moment for me. First headpoint and of something pretty hard. Really pleased!
not as go-ey as i thought on the lead it would be, but looking at my logbook i've done it before!
|Adam Booth||16/May/14||Lead RP||
Think I've done my finger pulley on the mono move :-(
|scott quinn||05/May/14||Lead RP||
Awesome climbing chuffed to have lead it clean considering I didnt manage a clean tr - pre placed thread still a faff on abb! I could do the upper crux static and im not very tall, still decided to jump on the lead.
Tricky stretch for the break then much sandiness but easier. 2 falls before latching the stretch 3rd go.
tough warm up, but cool route, will come back to lead this one
John P, Andi T, Dave
|Michael Allday||09/Jun/13||Lead β|
had quick topy on it, then lead it. sick ass moves all way very snady top. great route!
Watched people top rope it during the day. Felt steady.
|Mark Riley||28/Jul/12||Lead O/S||
1st trad lead of the year! Should have read up about the thread being a sod to place on lead, didn't have spare energy so wobbled my way up without.
the mono crux is still easier than the top slap for the slopey sandy break - much easier for taller
Gear in place
|Mike Goldthorp||05/Jun/12||Lead β||
Abseiled down it to give it a clean and place the thread, then booshed it. Two big awesome crux moves warrant 6b but with good gear and rests in between maybe only E4...
Giles, Cailean Harker, Ben Norman
|Cailean Harker||05/Jun/12||Lead O/S|
|Luke Owens||29/May/12||TR dog||
Did all the moves. Got the upper crux staticly which is way better. Felt easier than "Jump"
|Michael Allday||10/Mar/12||TR O/S||
|Jon Garside||30/Jul/11||Lead β|
|Adam Booth||02/Jul/11||TR rpt|
definitely workable! some great jugs just when needed. Very almost got clean
|Adam Booth||19/May/11||TR O/S||
Looking forward to leading this one...
|Alex Mason||01/Sep/10||Lead β||
Was told the thread was desparate to place on lead, so abbed it to find it quite easy to place as the thread is wide. Tried not to look at moves but enevitably saw holds especially in the lower reaches. Found move by peg hard to gain the sandy break.
E4 isn't it? pretty nice climbing most of it, but a bit of a two-move wonder, but its a nice route to test your strength a bit
|Rich Kirby||08/Jul/10||Lead O/S||
Deserves 3 stars. If you can find and place the totally miss-able thread - E4, without E5.
Morgan Strong Will
Tryed onsight but fell off the last hard move, real sandy! lovely moves lower down like the mono! great route!
|dominic lee||20/Jun/10||Lead O/S|
Fell off! Did the reach grow in a week??
|Jon Read||31/May/10||Lead β||
With Andi's gear in place. Finished direct.
|andi turner||31/May/10||Lead O/S||
Nice. Thought more E4 6a, but happy to take the E5 tick :o)
adam long, Rob Clifton
I love the moves on this climb, good protection as well.
|Ed Booth||?/Oct/07||Lead RP||
I had tried this route on top rope a while back but never did it one. After belaying Ben do it and a few more years of getting better, i just went for it anyway. Pretty soft E5. Maybe tough E4. One punchy move with a mono. Best thread at Nesscliffe if you find it . . .
|Martin Cleaver||??/2007||Lead RP|