Up the centre of the tricky wall then tackle the roof on the left. © Rockfax
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|Rhi Rhi||20/Mar||2nd O/S|
Jonathan G, StuartP
|Graeme Hammond||08/Mar/14||Solo O/S|
|jason smeeth||07/Jun/13||Lead O/S|
Nice straightforward solo with no worrying or committing moves. Easier than RH variation
|Jack Whiteley||08/Jul/12||Lead O/S||
|andy jennings||11/Sep/11||Lead O/S||
Explaination as i climbed to show the group different techniques of climing. Climb was wet which made this a little more difficult.
|Left Back||17/Apr/10||Lead O/S|
|lewis jones||27/Aug/09||2nd O/S||
Peter & Louise Krug
Solo'd up this one. I had pretty much forgotten it from last time. Started near the centre of the face on really small holds (presumibly not where to start it) then noticed a line of nicer holds a little off to the right. Move over the overlap is nice and juggy and feels safe. Stepped up onto the ledge and ran into the same problem as last time! The move up right where the route apperantly goes looked very un-nerving so I settled on just soloing up the arete again. Pleasing.
|edd rab||19/Jun/07||Lead O/S||
|Powder Puff Girl||18/Jun/07||2nd O/S|
Did this as my first climb of the evening, after a full morning of bouldering at West Nab with my brother, so pretty tired and sore fingers from the very gritty gritstone. Thought this was rather tough for HVD in places, wasn't sure where I was supposed to start but managed it with relative ease quite near the arete using un-nervingly small footholds. Then followed the arete more than the routes picture seemed to go, but ohwell. Specifically nice move over the overlap on the left side. Then over the top move, abit closer to the arete than I thought I should be again.. Ohwell worth it for the one move.
|phill bentham||08/Apr/07||Lead O/S|
|adi bryant||??/2005||Lead O/S|