|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Carl Watkins||10/Sep||Lead dog||
Dropped the final move onsight, just a warm up so not bothered about redpointing it.
|Rachel Slater||12/Apr||TR β||
Tim said the top was V8! It was pretty nasty up there.
|tim newton||12/Apr||Lead dog||
fell off the last move, had my left hand where my right needed to be to clip the chain
|3 Names||18/May/14||Lead dog|
|Nick Russell||09/May/14||Lead RP||
I'll echo the comments below: a pleasant 6c up to a heinous move off a sharp pocketed crack. Second go.
Stupid try without knowing the route a lot over our level. You can find a mallion half the way up.
|Pete McB||21/Jul/13||2nd dnf||
Thought it was a 6a, was wrong, oops
Forgot what a nasty route this was. Need to remember not to bother again
Got three quarters of the way up and ran out of juice. Made my way to the last moves with rests then gave up and aided to the lower off. Desperate last moves (for me anyway)
|Dan Jenkin||11/Jul/11||Lead RP||
2nd go. hard for 7a, the last move up the crack is spicy! would be happy to give this 7a+
Went for the lead but ran out of bottle (should have keep going and clipped another bolt at least). As it was, even seconding on this found the last moves very hard work. Just not able to use the crack properly or find suitable foot holds. Eventually made it to the top but not without falling off and bashing my knee (it's still aching as I type this)
|3 Names||14/May/11||TR dnf||
found crux hard for 7a
Fat fingers couldn't do the last moves.
same as everyone else - slipped from the last moves
|Greg Pittam||06/Mar/10||2nd RP||
very close to onsite but came unstuck on crux right next to chains
|Paul Robertson||01/Apr/07||Lead dog||
F6c with a desperate last move