Jam's lead. Avoided using the green scoop.
Alex Thompson - 2nd rpt - 18/Oct/14 with Jam, Sam Carey
Jam_sandwich - Lead rpt - 18/Oct/14 with Alex Thompson, Sam Carey
David_Gledson - 2nd O/S - 30/Apr/14 with Alan
Definatly Vs, definatly not 4c., the gear is all there, if you look for it, getting established on the arete was too hard for me though. Downclimbed.
BenedictIEP - Lead dnf - 03/Jul/13 with Jam Avery
Hidden - Lead O/S - 31/May/13
Hidden - Lead O/S - 23/Dec/12
Failed to lead, Conor took over. Seconded with difficulty.
Kirill - 2nd RP - 23/Dec/12 with Conor Cussell
Hidden - Lead - 08/Sep/12
Wow! What a sandbag?! Felt at least 5a to me and I'm not overly short (170cm). Good climbing though
martroberts - Solo O/S - 20/Jun/12
Hidden - Lead - 09/May/11
Really only led the top bit after Steve couldn't work it out
Andrew Lodge - AltLd - 09/May/11 with Steve
adi bryant - Solo - 07/May/11
Alex Thompson - 2nd rpt - 02/Oct/10 with Vix, Dreadlocks Chris
vix - 2nd O/S - 02/Oct/10 with Alex, chris
willworkforfoodjnr - Lead O/S - 02/Oct/10 with Alex Thompson, Vicky
Forgot that I'd tried this before... watch out for the loose flakes and crumbly rock in the top break.
Mattias didn't follow.
Alex Thompson - Lead rpt - 30/May/10 with Mattias
Hidden - 2nd β - 17/Apr/10
nick ferro - 17/Apr/10
vard - Lead - 28/Apr/09
Backed off as I didn't fancy 5b moves above rubbish gear on a VS.
victim of mathematics - Lead dnf - 05/Oct/08 with Rick
Really a lot harder than either VS or 4c. The move above the flake is unprotected unless you have a giant cam, and is very hard indeed unless you are more than 6ft tall. After that it relents to 'only' bold 4c!
victim of mathematics - 2nd RP - 05/Oct/08 with Rick
Fluffed the lead (read the line wrong), flew up on second.
Alex Thompson - 2nd O/S - 23/Apr/08 with Haydn Martin & Karl Walton
Hidden - Solo - 11/Aug/07
stevo smith - Lead O/S - 05/Apr/06 with Rich P.
cem - 2nd - 05/Feb/06 with Graham Dolman