24m. A bold trad route that branches out left from midway up Cursillios. Rarely climbed. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
Can't quite remember the date I did this but it just screamed out to be climbed - feeling confident and sort of wanting to be talked out of it, I set off just to the left of the start of "Number One" got a Rock in a pocket at about 10-15 feet then the rest is gearless but it just flows beautifully. The lower off comes all too soon. When I looked down, I noticed all the local climbers had disappeared - heard later they didn't want to witness a dumb Brit splat himself! The cheek of it!
John Matthews (me) and Mark Lane
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
|James Malloch||?/Mar/13||Lead O/S||
Seems to have bolts all the way and bolts chopped on the Top 50 route that you start up?
Not even sure if it makes E3 5c. Maybe E2 5b? The whole thing feels very contrived with bolts everywhere anyway. (Though I like the sheer cheek of krasavenko & Liam Ingram , below, commenting on the grade and its 'solo-able-ness' on a bloody top rope. Put up or shut up?)
E4 5c??? solo-able climb
|Liam Ingram||02/Apr/10||TR O/S||
|Brian Rodgers||12/Apr/09||Lead O/S||
Never E4 5c.
|Ab Wilson||12/Apr/05||TR O/S||