Has been re-bolted with resins, Spring 2010.

innes ??/2012 Lead dog
with Ruth
Hidden 19/Sep/11 Lead RP
ksjs 13/Oct/10 Lead RP

3rd go

with ally
Hidden 13/Oct/10 Lead dnf
ksjs 14/Sep/10 Lead dog

not sure why i like this route so much but i do! think it might be the precise style called for here 1st go: draws in, felt fine 2nd go: cold fingers - NO! its the onset of hot aches... 3rd go: should have done this but dropped last hard move, just needed a bit more aggression 4th go: power failure - little finger mono wouldnt hold for too long. to the top with 1 rest. ace! next time...

with jo
ksjs 22/Jul/10 Lead dog

very cool indeed: 1st go lots of falling and disbelief, fingery (i even used a little finger mono and had to pull on this) and felt tough 2nd go: would have done if id worked 3rd clip better, surprised to get through crux. precise, technical and clean climbing - recommended (new bolts in place)

with jo
switch 16/Mar/08 TR dog

the most serious ascent I've made with a clip-stick

Mark Riley 16/Mar/08 TR dog
andy farnell 09/Jul/06 Lead dnf

Didn't finish it because the bolts are in a shocking state. The third bolt is totally rusty, hanger included, the others are very poor as well. The belay is a single resin bolt. Tried the moves and they felt fine. If re-equiped it would be a great little 7b+, but in it's current state I wouldn't touch it with a barge-pole

Graham Iles 14/Oct/01 TR dog
Hidden ??/1996 Lead RP
shark 18/Oct/92 Lead RP
Mike Owen 09/Apr/90 -
with Elaine Owen
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