9m.

Rockfax Description
The direct start is bold, dynamic and elegant, spotter(s) useful. The short may need to hand traverse the sloper under the roof. © Rockfax

FA. Robin Barker 1994

Ticklists

Froggatt to Black Rocks (BMC) - The Grade List, The Shock Of The New, Consumed

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Graham Hoey 15 Sep, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: For shorties who prefer to traverse in from the left, there is the short-lived luxury of a side-runner at the start of Diet of Worms. You may still hit the deck, but you can be pulled in away from the big drop!
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βeta: For shorties who prefer to traverse in from the left, there is the short-lived luxury of a side-runner at the start of Diet of Worms. You may still hit the deck, but you can be pulled in away from the big drop!
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Patrick Hill 11 Feb Lead RP 50 mph crosswinds scenes.
with The old James turnbull, Adam brown
50 mph crosswinds scenes.
with The old James turnbull, Adam brown
The old James turnbull 11 Feb Lead RP -10 windchill, 50mph winds headtorch ascent. Fun. The banter was too good for Adam to perform.
with adam brown, Patrick Hill
-10 windchill, 50mph winds headtorch ascent. Fun. The banter was too good for Adam to perform.
with adam brown, Patrick Hill
northy1983 17 Nov, 2018 Lead I went direct and have T-Rex arms. The rock feels like it could crumble away and the run out to the gear could end in tears if it went Pete Tong, however it's over pretty quick and the top half is steady . This climb marked my 3rd E6 of the day. Woop.
with dom
I went direct and have T-Rex arms. The rock feels like it could crumble away and the run out to the gear could end in tears if it went Pete Tong, however it's over pretty quick and the top half is steady . This climb marked my 3rd E6 of the day. Woop.
with dom
rtdennison 19 Oct, 2018 Lead RP Had one session before on TR and had a few quick goes before the lead to ease the mind. Was almost a shame to have had so much practice as it meant the lead was over far too quickly!
Had one session before on TR and had a few quick goes before the lead to ease the mind. Was almost a shame to have had so much practice as it meant the lead was over far too quickly!
Teappleby 19 Oct, 2018 Lead RP Good arete. Nice one from Rob, the nerves were obvious, but full smash when he got on it!
with Joe Longbottom, rtdennison, jodikate, Olga Kondrashova, Sam Ash
Good arete. Nice one from Rob, the nerves were obvious, but full smash when he got on it!
with Joe Longbottom, rtdennison, jodikate, Olga Kondrashova, Sam Ash
Longsufferingropeholder 15 Sep, 2018 TR To the break clean first time with some try-hard noises and beta. Would be one to lead if the landing was a puddle of marshmallows and rainbows, but it really isn't.
with mikeski
To the break clean first time with some try-hard noises and beta. Would be one to lead if the landing was a puddle of marshmallows and rainbows, but it really isn't.
with mikeski
Dave Musgrove Jnr 7 Apr, 2017 TR Well after Stan lowered off from a cam at the first break of Diet.. it seemed a shame not to use it. So TR flash to the break then led up diet. Not sure it's good enough to risk the fall.
with Stan, ellis
Well after Stan lowered off from a cam at the first break of Diet.. it seemed a shame not to use it. So TR flash to the break then led up diet. Not sure it's good enough to risk the fall.
with Stan, ellis
ben.meakin 3 Oct, 2016 Lead RP
john lynch 24 Sep, 2014 TR dog
with Lewis Andrew
with Lewis Andrew
Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH 23 Nov, 2013 TR RP
pipof747 16 Mar, 2013 Lead RP No pads
No pads
Hidden 10 Nov, 2012 Lead β
Ethan 19 Mar, 2011 Lead β Fantastic
with Don Walker
Fantastic
with Don Walker
Ram MkiV 1 Mar, 2011 Lead β steady having belayed sam and watched some vids
with Mike G
steady having belayed sam and watched some vids
with Mike G
Mike Goldthorp 1 Mar, 2011 Lead β Belayed Steve on it and then cracked it out at the end of a long day, found it steady for 6b (possibly cos I was expecting it to be nails). Used slightly different sequence to steve in the end, rockin on heel all the way to L undercut.
Belayed Steve on it and then cracked it out at the end of a long day, found it steady for 6b (possibly cos I was expecting it to be nails). Used slightly different sequence to steve in the end, rockin on heel all the way to L undercut.
dominic lee 12 Feb, 2011 Lead RP
nathanlee 12 Feb, 2011 Lead RP So nearly off...
So nearly off...
hamer89 21 Jan, 2011 Lead RP Top class arete climb with some fab moves!
Top class arete climb with some fab moves!
Hidden 21 Oct, 2010 Lead β
Hidden 21 Oct, 2010 Lead RP
Hidden 1 Jan, 2010 -
Andrew Barker 19 Feb, 2009 Lead RP No pads. Took two goes to toprope it initially as my fingers went numb! Toproped it 3-4 times before leading it.
No pads. Took two goes to toprope it initially as my fingers went numb! Toproped it 3-4 times before leading it.
lx ?Sep, 2004 Lead
mark s ??, 2003 Lead RP
with andi t
with andi t
andi turner ??, 2003 Lead
with Mark Sharratt
with Mark Sharratt
Gus 13 Jul, 2002 Lead RP this would definitely be path for tall folk!
this would definitely be path for tall folk!
Hidden 19 Nov, 2000 Lead RP
Jon Read ?Feb, 1999 Lead RP No mats, 1 lashed-down spotter.
with Jonny Clark, Dave Edmunds
No mats, 1 lashed-down spotter.
with Jonny Clark, Dave Edmunds
Seb Grieve ??, 1997 - 2nd ascent
2nd ascent
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