This climb is in 12 logbooks, and on 4 wishlists.
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
Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
Hidden, Hidden, Hidden, timo.t