Rockfax Description
A groove to the left of Left Edge leads awkwardly to a position below the flake of Left Edge. Layback up and right to join and finish as for that route. © Rockfax

FA. Bruce Goodwin 1992

admackie 21/Nov Lead
Hidden 16/Jun Lead
TomYates 06/Jun Lead O/S
franhammond92 16/May Lead O/S


MSchobitz 16/May 2nd rpt
Teappleby 25/Apr 2nd
MSchobitz 25/Apr Lead O/S
nrhardy 01/Nov/14 2nd
giuly 19/Oct/14 2nd
with Chris Saunders
WillDoyle 14/Apr/14 Lead O/S
Lenny 13/Apr/14 2nd
with Phil .N
Hidden 13/Apr/14 Lead O/S
Jimbo C 16/Mar/14 2nd

Bold move onto the flake by Jurr

with Jurr
jimbonfire 16/Mar/14 -
Hidden 02/Jun/13 Lead
Jake Young 22/May/13 Solo O/S
Hidden 10/Apr/13 Lead O/S
Hidden 16/Dec/12 2nd O/S
deacondeacon 16/Nov/12 Lead O/S
Cake 15/Sep/12 2nd O/S

Pretty good variation

with Matt
Hidden 01/Jul/12 Lead O/S
valentinesbabe 16/Apr/12 2nd rpt

Had done the first moves on a toprope a while ago to retrieve Charley's gear when he backed off so can't claim clean onsight :( Seconded Jack who took the lead after Charley backed off at the crux again. Found the first moves to get around the block the hardest. The crux move was okay once I'd got both hands into the higher hold then used a heel/toe footjam between the flake and the wall rather than the heelhook on the flake that Charley had tried and that Jack used, then right hand onto a bit of a hold and had to inch my left hand finally into a good hold so I could haul myself up. Made it at last!!! Definitely a worthwhile route.

Jackwd 16/Apr/12 Lead O/S

I found moving round the block more difficult than what the supposed crux was! Nice route!

Kirill 19/Feb/12 2nd O/S
Hidden 19/Feb/12 Lead O/S
victim of mathematics 18/Nov/11 2nd O/S

A pretty stout crux move.

James Oswald 18/Nov/11 Lead O/S

Scary middle section with tiny (iffy) gear. A nice section of moves.

with Colin Angus
mark20 29/Oct/11 Lead O/S
JamieSparkes 29/Oct/11 2nd O/S
with Mark
Kap 02/Oct/11 2nd β
shouter 24/Sep/11 2nd
SteWatkins ?/Sep/11 -
Hidden 26/May/11 2nd
Hidden 03/May/11 Lead O/S
Tithe Technique 17/Apr/11 TR dog

Climbed it to retrieve gear after Charleys valiant effort. Frenched the start just to get to the crux and had no problem with it. I guess there are some routes that being shorter than the average bear does help... I should have lead it....

charley 17/Apr/11 Lead dnf

Very frustrating. Found the start straight forward and enjoyable. Just couldn't do the layback and rockover on to the flake, off the ledge. Must of tried 10 times. I got very close the last few tries but ran out of energy, got grit rash on my grit rash then sliced my leg and tweaked my ankle when my foot slipped. Didn't weight the gear, escaped off onto the slab then had a sulk & moan. Will be trying it again next time...

with Kev
valentinesbabe 17/Apr/11 TR dnf

Went up to retrieve Charley's gear after he gave up...got really pumped hanging on taking the first bit out so left it to Kev to do the rest.

Mikael 27/Nov/10 Lead
Jim Malo 27/Nov/10 2nd dog
Hidden 10/Oct/10 2nd
philb 26/Sep/10 2nd O/S

delicate smearing but good with mark

Andy Hardy 05/Sep/10 Lead O/S
Otfink 25/May/10 2nd O/S
Hidden 18/May/10 Lead
Hidden 16/Mar/10 Lead O/S
pedro.silva 16/Mar/10 2nd dog

Much harder than it looks. Move from under roof tricky

Birdo 20/Feb/10 Lead O/S
with Jenny Brown
peppermill 30/Jan/10 Lead β

Never been this scared on an HVS!

Hardcore Pat 21/Mar/09 Lead
with Graham Plant
thomasadixon 29/Oct/08 Lead O/S

Hard for the grade I thought, enjoyable route though.

with Lisa
Piers Harley 27/Sep/08 Lead dnf
with Simon Clark
howlingbaboon 03/Aug/07 Lead O/S
Peakpdr ?/Aug/07 -
with paul
Hidden ??/2007 -
Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH 28/May/06 Solo O/S
cem 09/Mar/03 Lead O/S
with Jonathan Astin
High E1
Mid E1
Low E1
High HVS
High VS
Mid VS
Low VS
Votes cast 12
High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
High 5a
Mid 5a
Low 5a
High 4c
Mid 4c
Low 4c
Votes cast 11
Votes cast 11
Style of ascent
Not Set
Flashed (β)
Not Set