Rockfax Description
Continue out right from the start of The Storm to finish up the arete. Originally given f7B+ but a new method has been found however it is very bold - one for snowballing! © Rockfax

FA. Richie Patterson 1999

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Dom_wragg ??, 2016 Sent
belay bunny turned bad 1 Apr, 2013 Sent x Snowy!!! And I can't span to the pocket ;)
Snowy!!! And I can't span to the pocket ;)
Boy 1 Apr, 2013 Sent Kind of! Started and finished on arete. About reachy 7a this way I thought
with Ed Brown
Kind of! Started and finished on arete. About reachy 7a this way I thought
with Ed Brown
al123 31 Mar, 2013 Sent finished by going rh to pocket on breadline. loads easier but more logical for the tall. 7A
finished by going rh to pocket on breadline. loads easier but more logical for the tall. 7A
quiffhanger 31 Mar, 2013 Sent x 2nd go with loads of snow to sort out the landing. ~7a if you can span the from the jug to the pocket.
2nd go with loads of snow to sort out the landing. ~7a if you can span the from the jug to the pocket.
Brown ?Jan, 2013 Solo font 7a using new beta and no risk of huge fall
with Solo
font 7a using new beta and no risk of huge fall
with Solo
Dave Musgrove Jnr 19 Feb, 2012 Sent Climbed the finish from beneath the breadline. Seems like a more logical line though easier. Ground up above many pads
Climbed the finish from beneath the breadline. Seems like a more logical line though easier. Ground up above many pads
Hidden ?Dec, 2009 -
Ben Bransby ??, 2000 Solo
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