|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|chris skipton||21/Sep/14||Lead dnf||
No way is this HS. MVS as in the new guide. I backed off on lead after resting. Dave led it.
Strenuous start covered by sling - rest all good. Belayed well back, used all 50m.
|alaster tonge||30/May/13||Lead O/S||
Backed off and gave the gear to BP. Pity.
|John Brayshaw||15/Jul/12||Lead O/S|
steep move near start, not recommended with sweaty hands!
|Neil Pacey||02/Jun/11||2nd O/S|
Had to do this one - pull over the bulge is 4c or high 4b, quite daunting, near the deck and difficult to place bomber gear so make climb VS I think
|Steve Hill||31/May/10||2nd O/S||
|Alex Thompson||13/Sep/09||Lead O/S||
Looks easy from below, but the thin gear made me feel a bit wobberly in my trainers...
Don't expect protection and you won't be disappointed.
bold and poorly protected
A really nice varied little route. Much better protected than suggested below if you look around.
|Scott McRae||21/Sep/08||Lead O/S||
Worthwhile lower half. Cornflake city at top. Take all your small nuts & RPs.
Only a couple of bit of gear on the whole route.
|jonny taylor||06/May/07||Lead O/S||
Placed very little decent gear. Hamish reckoned my only good gear was a cam at about 4m. Rotting dead dog at the bottom didn't add much to the experience
MVS haha! Very bold 1st 20'. Crux is stenuous and protected sort of by #2 wire and dodgy sling! Still pleased I kept my head and did it.
Neil, Karen B
Rob B, Roz C