|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
flashed to the lip then jumped off to see what the fall was like. went and looked at the non holds for the mantle, climbed several more times before finally commiting to the mantle.... must take a spotter next time (brown trouser moment..)
|Keith Swainson||09/Nov/14||Solo RP||
Dave Crofts, david stevens
|David Stevens||11/Sep/14||Solo rpt|
|David Stevens||13/Aug/14||Solo RP||
|Calum Wadsworth||13/Aug/14||Sent β||
Well chuffed, went first go without even warming up! Tried it repeatedly in one day Jan with no success so could remember a bit of the beta. Really good problem!
Half a tick - slunk off rightwards at the lip to mantle the arete!
couldn't work out a sequence for the headwall. Great moves up to that though.
|Matthew Ferrier||12/May/13||Solo G/U||
Ground up. No pads. Quality, and something I've wanted to get for a while. Took a few big falls after getting far too pumped - it's pretty safe as long as you're in control when you fall.
Another long standing wish-list tick goes down; excellent problem, scary top out.
|Bloke on a Rope||13/Apr/13||Solo G/U||
Wow what a awesome climb! Tried this one on numerous occasions even getting to the top break before pumping out. But today cracked it 1st go i couldn't belive it, there's a handy little crimp on top to aid with the overhanging mantel finish.
|Malcolm Bass||??/2013||Solo RP||
Finally managed to do the moves from the jugs after years of failing, done above several pads with someone up top just incase, amazing!
James, Andy, Mike, Lee
committing top out to an excellent problem, moors magic
|Dave Warburton||10/Oct/10||Solo rpt||
Good as ever.
Steve, Davina, James
|Jon Read||02/May/10||Solo O/S||
About the same as Charlie's Overhang (Newstones), E2 5c.
|James S||??/2010||Sent dnf||
got to the top crimp but just slipped off, I'll have it next time
Got to the jug easy but didn't fancy the fall potential above!
|Robert Besford||28/Aug/09||Solo dnf||
Got the final reach with the left, matched with the right slipped missed two mats hit the deck, bad times. Next time.
|Dave Warburton||22/Aug/09||Solo rpt||
Mat-less and static. Thats a first for me! Felt bomber.
|Ram MkiV||22/Mar/09||Solo β||
retro flash - had done a few years before
Lee, ria, stead, dad
awesome took a few goes
|Franco Cookson OLD||23/Sep/08||Solo||
dark and damp. Sketchy!
|Dave Warburton||10/Jun/08||Solo G/U||
Always ground up/above a mat. It's been a project for a while now. Still couldn't reach the crimp so i 'popped' for it...It stuck, after the hard top out - i realised that my long standing nemesis was dead. Happy days.
Franco, Luke Hunt and Lewis
|Franco Cookson OLD||10/Jun/08||Solo||
Got most of the way in flip flops, then had to kick them off. Good bit of Beta here: http://francocookson-climbing.blogspot.com/2008/06/new-video-new-dimension-e3-6a.html
|Franco Cookson OLD||22/Apr/08||Solo||
Finnally nailed it. The jug was got. The reech was made, the quick pop for the other crimp, then the top. Then the huge epic of a whaling top out.- awful, ***:-) I obviously bouldered the lower moves as a true onsight would be almost impossible.
simply brilliant route on the best bit of rock on the crag!
|Northen Vince||05/Nov/06||Lead RP||
Worked it ground up either solo over a mat or on lead. Finaly got up and over the top on lead over a mat.
|Northen Vince||04/Nov/06||Lead dnf||
Had my hands on the top but couldn't pull over. Next time.
|Chris Reid||13/Aug/96||Solo O/S|