15m. The bolted roof refreshes the parts most slate doesn't reach. Gain the roof with surprisingly difficulty, lean miles out to good lip holds, and get stood up using biceps, elbows, heels, and buttocks. Lower-off just up and right.

Piggy Johnstone

Ticklists: Slate Roofs, All the Llanberis SLATE sport @ 6b & 6b+, Slate Sport.

i_a_coops 15/Oct Lead O/S
with Charlie
Hidden 24/Aug Lead O/S
James Beaumont 23/May Lead RP

really need high feet to reach the jug on the overhang

Ian craigie ??/2015 Lead
with Niels Ernst williams
wolf.leeb 04/Sep/14 Lead O/S
with Alexis
jamestaylor92 07/Aug/14 Lead O/S
Glyn 17/Jun/13 Lead O/S
with Amy
Rob Pitt 19/Feb/13 Lead O/S
ksjs 19/Feb/13 Lead O/S

Tricky: the lower wall has a couple of moves on it and it took some time to get right beta to reach the jug on the roof. Getting stood up didn't quite have the style I was going for but there is a decent kneebar if you need a shake. Good fun (until the roof falls down that is).

with rob
Hidden 06/Oct/12 Lead dog
MikeLeeds 06/Oct/12 Lead dog

Too much whimpering below the roof, grabbed quickdraw after roof move.

with Kevin Bowser
DavidR 06/Oct/12 Lead dog

Great little route, although bolts are badly placed. Tried to pull over the roof onto the ledge too far right. Did the moves after a sit on the rope, and spotting the holds up and left.

Hidden 14/May/11 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/2006 -
Dringo ??/2006 -
Hidden ??/2002 -
Hidden 14/May/96 Lead
Billg ??/1989 Lead O/S
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