Palm Charmer** E3 5c
11m.

Rockfax Description
The thin crack in the front of the buttress is awkward, then step left and layback the tricky and reachy arete to finish. © ROCKFAX


FA. Paul Harrison 1985
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PUBLIC LOGBOOKS
This climb is in 35 logbooks, and on 2 wishlists.

TomYates - 2nd O/S - 06/Jun/15

Sam Marks - Lead O/S - 10/May/15 with leeds bunch, sheffield bunch

Dave Musgrove Jnr - Lead O/S - 09/Apr/15 with Nic Sellars

Out there, doing it. Started to sleet, hands so cold I couldn't feel them, couldn't tell if it was pump or just numb hands.Totally rad experience after 21 hours at work.
dr_botnik - 2nd dog - 10/Jan/15 with deacon, Phil Taylor

Had to escape left on first attempt as I couldn't feel my hands. Got it second go. Climbed it poorly, took a while.
deacondeacon - Lead G/U - 10/Jan/15

WillDoyle - Lead O/S - 02/Oct/14

Cool. Just as good as Auto da Fe, more continued interest.
Olli-C - 2nd β - 03/Aug/14 with Swanny

Hidden - Lead - 16/Mar/14

Hidden - Lead - Mar/14

thetradlad - Lead dog - 23/Aug/13 with Jack Brougham

Jim Gayler - Lead O/S - Apr/13 with Ruby Robinson

Hidden - Lead β - 01/Feb/13

Hidden - Lead O/S - 31/Jan/13

so cold, the crack was pretty tough and it's not over at it's end - some technical moves up the arete as well!
JamieSparkes - Lead O/S - 13/Oct/12 with CCLee Leatherbreaker

Hidden - 2nd dog - 30/Sep/12

Brown - Lead - 14/May/12 with Lily

alaan - Solo O/S - 14/May/11

Dave Gilling - TR - 05/Apr/11 with Jamie Lilleman

Hidden - Lead - 26/Sep/10

Pleased to get up this - fall off near start but lower off and restart. Clair Wilson belays and seconds
steveb2006 - Lead - 25/Sep/10

Hidden - 2nd - 12/May/09

Started as an optimistic attempt on Auto da Fe but soon floundered with multiple rests on the crack (annoyingly finally found a fairly straightforward sequence). Couldn't do the crux move on Auto da Fe so went for the Palm Charmer arete instead, which was very nice.
Misha - Lead dog - 10/May/09

Hidden - Lead O/S - 24/Feb/08

With intentions of doing 'Auto Da Fe' shattered because of a dirty, wet arete, palm chalmer seemed like the obvious choice. Crack is harder than i thought as its v. hard to jam it, also top move i found quite reachy and balancy.
Alex Mason - Lead β - 24/Feb/08 with alex barrows

Hidden - Lead O/S - 17/Jun/07

Hidden - Lead O/S - 20/May/07

shark - Lead O/S - 31/Oct/04 with Jon Winter

uphillnow - 2nd - 14/Jan/01 with Mark Gray

Billg - Lead O/S - 1998

Roget - Lead rpt - 13/May/95 with jon

With indirect start
goi.ashmore - Lead O/S - 08/May/95 with Roy Thomas

With Direct Start
goi.ashmore - Lead O/S - 23/Jun/91 with Rich France

Roget - 2nd O/S - 26/May/91 with colin, baccy

Stoney Boy - Lead O/S - 14/Apr/91 with Colin Hughes

Dave Musgrove - Lead O/S - 16/Feb/90 with Kim Greenald

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