Well named. The bottomless, rounded crack in the centre of the wall is a fine, if hard-won line. Start at a thin crack left of the bottomless rounded crack.Move up to a good, small nut placement at 3m and reach right for positive side-pulls. Make some committing moves to the crack proper and good jams and cams. Follow the sustained series of rounded cracks and breaks to the top. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
A rewarding climb once the litchen striken slab and moss filled cracks are cleaned. With technical and sustained climbing from start to finish this is certainly a contender for the best route in the haytor area for its grade.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Andy Moles||06/Aug||Lead β||
After cleaning on abseil.
surprisingly pumpenhausen. excellent and sustained.
|Tom Seccombe||22/Sep/14||Lead RP||
abed first to make sure it was clean looked at gear.
|tim exley||04/Sep/13||Lead RP||
had a little clean on first session TR in dark, tried leading in the morning, 1 week later, proper clean, lead with pre placed gear, then placing gear on lead. great route, well protected.
|Sean Kelly||26/Aug/13||TR dnf||
I didn't get very far on this, so, so green. But Harry managed it somehow, even with a little help from the rope.
|Mike Goldthorp||29/Nov/12||Lead O/S||
Bloody hell I was glad to get to the top of this! Sooo sustained, slopey feet, mega right forearm, bicep and calf pump, just relentless! Most of the gear felt pretty bomber, perhaps the odd flared placement, but plenty of good cams if you have the right sizes and havent used them all in the bottom crack (save a 1 or 2 for the short top crack). It could also do with a little scrub, bit lichenous atm. Was rewarded with savage hot aches at the top, let the whole of the moors know with my screams of pain/joy, very memorable!
|Pajamas Tom||?/Mar/11||TR O/S|
Fell off near the top, all my cams ripped from the lower crack, broke my arm and back. Bad day!