It's definitely worth taking the optional belay stance immediately after the chockstone to avoid rope issues!Eddie1234 - AltLd O/S - 01/Apr/14 with Gary Reed
Will AKA Dave - 2nd O/S - Apr/14
Wonderful! We joined it at p2, having opted to do Raindance as an alternative to p1. I led pitches 3 & 5 & Steve all the even numbered pitches.
cem - AltLd O/S - 13/Nov/13 with Steve Gould
al99 - AltLd O/S - 02/Nov/13 with Martina Zandonella
lead P 1, 3, 5
martinazando - AltLd O/S - 02/Nov/13 with Al Benson
cat22 - 2nd O/S - 26/Oct/13 with Mike
Led P1 (easier than 5.7+), P3 (about 5.5) and P5 (actually 5.8, but the crux is the move to the bolt, not with it below you). A great route, but the route descriptions (both the Handren and Supertopo ones) are awful at identifying the hard bits.
victim of mathematics - AltLd O/S - 24/Oct/13 with Dan
dpmUK - AltLd O/S - 24/Oct/13 with victim of mathematics
tuukka - AltLd O/S - 03/Oct/12 with Maija
Best multi pitch I did at Red Rocks and Johny's favourite route of the trip, 4 stars. I linked the two 5.8 piches together with a big 60m pitch. The chimney at the top was a struggle with all that rope out and rope drag under the roof good fun.
Dale - AltLd O/S - Oct/12 with johny
innes - Lead O/S - Nov/11 with Ruth
kitkat78 - AltLd - 29/Sep/11 with SteveM
SteveM - AltLd - 29/Sep/11 with Kat
Hidden - 2011
Brown - Solo - Mar/10 with Solo
Julesthe1st - AltLd O/S - 24/Oct/09 with Andy Steiner
"Crux" for me - halfway up the second pitch offwidth/stem. Traverse under the roof on 4 is brilliant, and named crux on 5 was simple (but I guess that's just good Brit slab skills).
Pythonist - Lead O/S - 21/Mar/09 with Sarah Silverman
Luke Gilbert - Nov/08 with Rob Albert
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 26/Apr/08
jamesturnbull - Lead - Apr/08 with paul winder
Hidden - 2nd O/S - 05/Apr/05
dave o - Lead O/S - 05/Apr/05 with Julia H
jcw - 2003
Hidden - AltLd - 10/Dec/02
dan gibson - AltLd O/S - Nov/99 with anthony prior, helen gibson
Chris Ellis - AltLd O/S - 22/Mar/98 with Louise Pellett