Ground up. Bit of a strange one as clipping the in-situ gear from where you'd want to is much more strenuous than carrying on for another two moves to a good hold, although from there you'd be looking at a dodgy fall. Strenuous yet absorbing.
Matthew Ferrier - Lead - 27/Jul/13 with Sam Marks
YES! Over a year since I first tried this and I've finally managed it! Always tried it ground up, and ive fallen so many times! I must admit, I reckon this is E4. I've also fixed some tat at the top so you can lower off from a small tree to the right.
Sam Marks - Lead - 24/Aug/12 with Jack Hodgson, Anthony Jones
Attempted ground up. Havent managed it yet. There seems to be a loss of holds which is fairly visible? The moves between the large break and the bolt felt 6a or more? E3/4 6a maybe?
Sam Marks - Lead dnf - 03/Jun/11
Lordcarr - Lead RP - 03/Jul/09 with Gemma and Spence
Franco Cookson OLD - Solo O/S - 19/Jun/08 with David Warburton
Dave Warburton - Solo O/S - 19/Jun/08 with Franco Cookson