Rockfax Description
A very good line. Climb to the right of the initial bolts and then work leftwards up the steep headwall to a lower-off near the tree on the edge of the crag. A variation start comes in from the narrow corner on the left via a tricky traverse protected by a bolt left of the initial bolts. © Rockfax


ClimberDateStyle
NickJH 30/Oct Lead
with LiamG
Rach_D ?/Oct Lead β
Jan.Hrb 19/Apr/15 Lead O/S
with George
D.botts87 07/Apr/15 Lead O/S
Seymore Butt 19/Aug/14 -
Hidden 16/Jun/13 2nd
John Postlethwaite 13/Apr/13 Lead O/S
with Barry
Hidden 13/Apr/13 Lead β
Hidden 02/Mar/12 Lead
tmawer 25/Feb/12 Lead O/S
with andrea
Hidden 25/Feb/12 Lead
Dave Musgrove 28/Jan/12 Lead rpt
with Bob Larkin
Andy Chambers 19/Oct/11 Lead O/S
with Frank Booth
ebf 02/Jan/11 Lead O/S

A bitterly cold day and felt more like F6b, but I guess not being able to feel the holds didn't help!

pastep 02/Jan/11 2nd
with ebf
pastep 02/Jan/11 2nd
with ebf
uphillnow ??/2011 -
Hidden 14/Jun/10 -
Bob 02/May/10 Lead O/S
with S. Harry
Hidden 16/Nov/08 Lead O/S
Tom Phillips 17/Jul/08 Lead O/S
with karl
Stephen Roberts ?/Aug/07 Lead O/S
with Les Jennings
Paul Clarke ??/2006 Lead
with .
Hidden 16/Oct/05 Lead O/S
Dave Musgrove ?/Jun/05 Lead β
Voting
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a+
Mid 6a+
Low 6a+
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
Votes cast 8
Votes cast 6
Style of ascent
Lead
Followed
Not Set
Onsighted
Flashed (β)
Repeated
Not Set