Ticklists: Lakeland's Best Multi-pitch Routes up to HVS.
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Excellent chop route. Steady 5a but surely deserves an E grade? Terrible landing, terrible gear and insecure moves. I used some fun 'niche' gear in the bottom 'wedge': a brass offset, a pecker hook, a tricam, a sky hook and a bat hook - all terrible. Great route, top pitch equally good.
|scott gibson||16/Aug/14||Lead rpt||
linked the 2 pitches, not recommended. chimney really tricky but overall a good route.
Pretty hard start and a tricky game of balance for me, with a bit of rope pulling/resting but got through. Interesting crack at the start of 2nd belay and brilliant finish up the little pockets.
Davina & Matt
|Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe||??/2005||-|
|Chris the Tall||?/Jun/91||AltLd||
Led first pitch - got very scared
had seconded Ray Watkin in september 1967 on the route. Enjoyed it at the time but pitch 1 would worry me now. A ground fall is possible and the landing bad. Small nut part way up groove and another possibility as you ease out.