|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Nice climbing - absorbing but not desperate. More 6b than E4 - the bolts may be spaced but you're well protected where it matters.
|James Oakes||20/Jul||Lead O/S|
Watched Scott climb it first. Looked safe enough so gave it a bash. Difficulty increases with height to crux at top. Safe E4.
|scott quinn||16/May||Lead O/S||
pretty soft really well protected awesome route!
|Andy Peak 1||17/Feb||Lead||
The jenga jug fell apart in my hand while trying to do the crux! Stood on a bolt heD to recover composher
Practised hard moves on top rope from Great Curve first
|jacob shieldhouse hadley||12/Aug/14||Lead G/U||
fell taking a rest... wasn't concentrating!!
|tim newton||11/Jun/14||Lead O/S||
felt much easier than slug club. and pretty safe. 6b sport?. will lead next time
Quality route but very safe and straightforward- basically an F6b with a bolt missing.
Missing a bit from around the third bolt - probably makes the start of the crux sequence a bit easier, but I can't really compare.
Chunk come out of bottom of crux - new big hold.
|Tom Seccombe||30/Nov/12||Lead O/S|
Pretty steady, felt safe and relatively easy climbing. a good 1st E4 on slate.
|chris sm||05/Aug/11||2nd O/S|
Fell on crux, then did it but bailed as it still seemed a long way to next bolt and I don't trust slate!
Great moves, it's all on your feet
Rest at the hard bit......... (my feet where hurting) I have all the excuses!
should have had this but bottled it at penultimate bolt - must do some more fall practice on slabs. brilliant climbing. finished up Great Curve
|Toby Dunn||04/Feb/07||Lead O/S||