Rock onto the slab at the lowest point of the overhang (where a crack runs up left) using a small sharp hand hold and a polished foothold, then climb directly up avoiding anything big to the left on forest wall. (basically straight up between route numbers 2 and 4, on the picture in the 1993 guide) - First recorded/climbed by Graeme Hammond on 3rd March 2009 and named after the local university climbing club (Loughborough Students Mountaineering Club) but probably likely to have been climbed before.

ClimberDateStyle
Dan Hostford 03/Jun Solo rpt
Dan Hostford 24/May Sent x
Dan Hostford 17/May Sent
Dan Hostford 13/Apr Solo O/S
ashtond6 21/Aug/15 Solo O/S
Robin Nichols 13/Aug/14 Solo O/S
with Roger
Roget 13/Aug/14 Solo O/S
with robin
remus 12/May/13 Solo rpt
stephen.W-S 02/Nov/11 Lead
remus 11/Jun/11 Solo rpt

nasty start: reasonable LH side-pull crimp, poor right hand pointy crimp, get R foot high on a poor hold and rock over until you can switch the R to a palm down.

stephen.W-S 15/May/11 Sent
Hidden 05/Aug/10 Solo O/S
tom.ireson 23/Apr/10 Solo rpt
Dale Comley ??/2010 Solo O/S
thrutch 15/Sep/09 Lead O/S
with helen
Jeronimo 01/Mar/09 Solo O/S
with sam8oy
Gazleah ?/Feb/09 Solo O/S
remus 10/Jan/09 Solo O/S

can never remember how i did the move.

Graeme Hammond 18/Apr/08 Solo rpt
with Greg Slee, Phil Baxter
Graeme Hammond 11/Apr/08 Solo O/S
Jon Read ??/1998 -
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