Rockfax Description
Start up overlaps on the lower wall and then continue direct. © Rockfax

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
plant_based_tommo 29 Nov Lead O/S Surprise onsight! only hoped to get the clips in but somehow made it all the way! Probably more like hard 7c for me but absolutely brilliant! a juggy romp up slightly friable rock provides a warm up then three contrasting hard sections separated by good rests gain a fabulously exposed position high on the wall. stalactites, tufa, pockets, funky moves, this route has it all. yea I enjoyed it.
with Robyn Nelson
Surprise onsight! only hoped to get the clips in but somehow made it all the way! Probably more like hard 7c for me but absolutely brilliant! a juggy romp up slightly friable rock provides a warm up then three contrasting hard sections separated by good rests gain a fabulously exposed position high on the wall. stalactites, tufa, pockets, funky moves, this route has it all. yea I enjoyed it.
with Robyn Nelson
dan gibson 28 Feb Lead RP 40 metre route but probably only 15 metres decent climbing. Quite hard crux on small pockets.
40 metre route but probably only 15 metres decent climbing. Quite hard crux on small pockets.
Patrick Hill 23 Feb, 2018 Lead RP
with Rach
with Rach
Hannes B 9 Mar, 2017 Lead dog
Dan Hale 2 May, 2016 Lead RP
with Lauren Holliman
with Lauren Holliman
Ram MkiV 7 Jan, 2016 Lead β Really greasy in the pockets but they're positive enough that it's not too crucial. Cool long locks between them. Bit sketchy - good job clips were in and beta supplied by jacob
Really greasy in the pockets but they're positive enough that it's not too crucial. Cool long locks between them. Bit sketchy - good job clips were in and beta supplied by jacob
shed_hed 12 Mar, 2015 Lead dog Route climbs up through areas of loose rock at the start, so some care is required, though the climbing is fairly easy. Gets pumpy as soon as you get to the tufa and then follows some very hard steep moves on pockets. Had to rest on every bolt from the tufa to the finish. Looks like jugs are coming up all the way to finish but you get to the holds and are disappointed. Could not figure out the final moves to get to the lower off and had to climb the other side of the arête and traverse back in to the lower off. Absolutely drained by the top, felt like it had more hard moves one after the other than Pacquistani.
with Kelly (Olive Branch)
Route climbs up through areas of loose rock at the start, so some care is required, though the climbing is fairly easy. Gets pumpy as soon as you get to the tufa and then follows some very hard steep moves on pockets. Had to rest on every bolt from the tufa to the finish. Looks like jugs are coming up all the way to finish but you get to the holds and are disappointed. Could not figure out the final moves to get to the lower off and had to climb the other side of the arête and traverse back in to the lower off. Absolutely drained by the top, felt like it had more hard moves one after the other than Pacquistani.
with Kelly (Olive Branch)
Hidden 18 Mar, 2014 Lead O/S
Cassidy 3 Mar, 2014 Lead O/S
with Cobra
with Cobra
cobes ?Mar, 2014 Lead RP
with Alan Cassidy
with Alan Cassidy
Hidden ?Dec, 2012 Lead
climbingsheep 20 Jul, 2012 Lead dog Fell off the crux moves on the two finger pockets. Will het it next time.
with Andy McVittie
Fell off the crux moves on the two finger pockets. Will het it next time.
with Andy McVittie
quiffhanger ?Mar, 2011 Lead RP
Hidden ??, 2009 Lead O/S
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High 8a
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High 7c+
Mid 7c+
Low 7c+
High 7c
Mid 7c
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Style of Ascent
Lead
Redpoint
Onsighted
Dogged
Flashed (β)
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