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Hidden - TR dog - 29/Nov/14
Moves done.. Only slightly harder than menai vice move imo.
Its daft to give it a sport grade.
E6 7a seems just and better describes the character. If you call it an 8a people will just say it needs more bolts and totally miss the point.
Ditto for heading the shot.
wolf.leeb - TR dog - 08/Jul/14 with Alexis
Clean up until the second bolt but then completely shut down by the crux. Think this is a bit beyond me at the moment, but maybe one day!
shed_hed - TR dnf - 24/Jun/13 with Dougie Swanson-Low
What?! I do not understand where to begin with the crux....
dswansonlow - TR dnf - 24/Jun/13 with Darren McMaster
Hidden - TR dog - 18/Jun/13
Hidden - TR - 25/Nov/12
NickHarms - TR - 2012
Real pleased to get this in a session. After a couple of hours on shunt figured out all the moves, crux is tricky to suss out. Cheers Tom n Jez for the belay and encouragement. F8a, bolts are where you need em
Mike Goldthorp - Lead RP - 14/Mar/11 with Jez, Tom Livingstone
Got this on the lead today :-)Very,very happy! What a brilliant route....I love thin slabs!!! Given F8a in the new slate guide my 2nd 8a...
(Thanks Sion, Liam and Macsen for your support)
ian Ll-J - Lead RP - 08/Feb/11
Top-roped clean today, very nearly got it on the lead as well....fingers slipping off the finishing jug. Will hopefully get the red point sometime soon.
ian Ll-J - TR - 31/Jan/11
Jaysus this is nails. Can do all but 2/3 moves that are the crux. Maybe one day..
smallerrich - TR dog - 02/May/10 with Sam
nails. gonna need to develop some more crimping strength b4 i get this clean, with that hard crux section after the 2nd bolt.
samrad - TR dog - 02/May/10 with smallerrich
Hidden - 2006
In an afternoon. Thought it was more like E7,7a (see this is the grade given rather than E6,7b given in the old guidebook).
goi.ashmore - Lead RP - 08/Jun/98 with James Tracey