The slabby ramp on the front face gives a little gripper. The block and/or arete are out of bounds. © Rockfax
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Left arete to the good finger edge then right on to the face up the slopey, balancy rampline to jugs.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|James Oakes||04/Jan||Sent O/S||
Jason, Domanic Li
|Bloke on a Rope||16/Jan/14||Sent rpt|
|Bloke on a Rope||11/Jan/14||Sent rpt|
|henry peter jenkins||11/Jan/14||Sent x|
|Bloke on a Rope||18/Aug/13||Sent rpt|
|Bloke on a Rope||16/May/13||Sent x||
Bit confused about the line on this one. I didn't use the block, but used the arete then hand traversed the ramp to the top. This way felt about right for V5.
Maybe I'm missing something... seemed pretty damn easy for the grade. Started on the face, up to the rail with the right, then mantled into the scoop, followed by an easy finish. Should you be hand traversing up the ramp line, with feet on the face?
Paul M, Ben
Another one requiring a decent foot sequence
Not that hard at the top when you overcome the fear, pleased with the tick.
Started on arete on floor right of boulder traversed over into slopers on ramp.
Despondent at the time but actually very encouraging - will go when I am well.
Nick, Bob, Davina
Not sure about V5! more like V2/3.
Didn't devote much time to this. Very doable but scary.
|Dave Warburton||18/May/08||Sent O/S||
Under the impression it was 6a?
|Dave Musgrove Jnr||11/Jan/03||Solo O/S|
|Steve Crowe||?/Oct/95||Solo O/S||