|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
Made an ass of this! fell/sat on gear at the crux then got straight back on and then cruised it, ah well.
Gear already in place, warm up. Very loose and large block, probably best avoided.
|Dangerous Dave||22/Mar||Lead O/S||
Fine until 1/2 way through the crux where it all went wrong. Very loose block on this too.
Found this rather hard. Crux felt very precarious, perhaps some ability to jam would help?
Now possible (with care) to use the lower-off on Peashooter and avoid the loose upper half.
fun climbing up to the ledge. cruddy from there.
The two cams at the layback crux got stuck so got pretty pumped whilst trying to get them out. Straightforward after this section.
|Dr Toph||15/Mar/12||Solo O/S||
blocky fun. few loose flakes a the bottom and a biscuit topout (best to step to the right i think)
|Freddie 1||28/Jan/12||2nd O/S|
Not E2, but maybe E1 if the initial grove is followed to its top.
rotten rock getting worse. Care def needed here.
okay climbing up loose flakes in the initial groove followed by a series of loose blocks and the mother of all weetabix stacks to finish = not much fun.
Chris, Claire Holland
Chris BL, jamie
|Liam Ingram||08/Apr/10||Lead O/S||
Didnt think this was E2! Much more like HVS.
isnt this E2 in lastest Lowland Outcrops? Certainly didnt feel harder than HVS? Anyone?
|Sean Bell||06/Jun/08||Lead O/S||
Not my most stylish moment on rock. its HVS 5a/b/4c or something, dirty top out into the land of gorse.must eat breakfast.
Dave, Neil Mackenzie
|Neil Mackenzie||05/Jun/08||Lead O/S||
nice route, Def HVS
Andy and Dave
Awkward at the start, scrappy to finish, def not e2 any more, but still good. Nicely de-vegetated by the cashman.
|Alastair R||??/1989||Lead O/S|