Rockfax Description
The upper arete is delicate and serious. Start on the ledge and climb first on the right and then on the left. A low bunch of peg runners might just save your life, but you will fall a long way! © Rockfax

FA. Tom Proctor 1975

Ticklists: Extreme Rock, Burbage, Millstone and Beyond Routes Graded List, Peak Rock/12/The New Golden Age, The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet), Burbage, Millstone and Beyond in 3 stars, Definitive *** Peak Grit.

Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 25/Jul/17 Lead β

Abbed + inspected it first, as I remember being pretty spooked last time I went up to have a look (after doing Green Death).

with Phil Gwyther
Hidden 05/Jul/14 Lead O/S
akhughes 16/Nov/13 Solo β

Abseil inspection and look at crux of the ledge. Wind and damp spooked me this morning out of the on sight. Harrowing!!!

tuftynick ??/2001 Lead O/S
with nick warren
Dave Musgrove Jnr 28/Jul/99 Lead O/S
with tim russon
Seb Grieve 12/Jul/87 Lead O/S

Started up Green Death and then went on to climb this. Only significant runners are at the base of the route. Extract from notes: "Very committing and scary using small face holds & left arete for 30ft. Belay is 2 pegs & RP3. 1st runner is poor RP behind flake. 50 - 60ft fall if 1st runner rips."

mark-abz 26/Apr/82 TR
with Andy W
Chris Craggs ??/1980 TR

Never led this one - too spooky!

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