A direct start to Tumble: Start on the tip of the horizontal flake below roof, go up and right above the overlap. Use pocket in roof to span up and right in to the big crack then traverse back left using tiny pockets to reach Tumble at the bottom of the awsome final layback groove.

rob 20/Jun/2009

Misha 30/Sep/17 Lead rpt

Pleased to get this first go as couldn't remember all the moves. Milked the rests so the moves felt fine even after two goes on RSH earlier in the day.

with Eszter
olorin 30/Oct/16 Lead RP

Skipped a few holds to make it easier. I went straight from the hold in the crack at the no hand rest to the tiny hold on the face. It made it really easy. M9.

Dave Almond 11/Oct/16 Lead rpt
Tom Livingstone 11/Nov/15 Lead β

Cheers for the numbers Dave

Misha 31/Oct/15 Lead RP

Got it! Efficient to the rest, good shake out there, solid on the 9 and 4. Feet skidded off a couple of times on the crux section but held on fine. Didn't feel that hard but obviously not easy!

with Steven
Ramon Marin 31/Oct/15 Lead rpt
with viki harvey
Misha 25/Oct/15 Lead dog

Clean to the crux - still hard but optimising the moves/rests. Went for the crux but the torque pulled out as I loaded the 4. Not sure I'd have got it anyway. Spent a while figuring out how best to transition into the 9/4. A horizontal jammed head right below the bolt was pretty solid so that could be the way... Clean to the top from the crux.

with Steven
Hidden 24/Oct/15 Lead O/S
Misha 24/Oct/15 Lead dog

Clean with beta to the crux (couldn't remember the moves right away as last tried it seven months ago). Then flail! Eventually got the poor hook by doing a 9 into a 4 (RH short handle) and clean to the top, so it should go. Scott flashed it afterwards, he didn't use any 4s or 9s and made it look easy!

with Scott
Misha 07/Mar/15 Lead dog

First time on this. First go bolt to bolt, figured out and did all the moves. Second go tried to redpoint. Fine to the crux, then couldn't quite remember exactly which holds to use so hung around for ages and eventually had to rest on the bolt. Then remebered the sequence, typical! The key to it was getting the horizontal torque further out left rather than just past the bolt. Still a reachy, tenuous and basically damn hard move to get the small dink off floating foot placements. Followed by another reachy, tenuous and fairly hard move to the flattie. Clipping the bolt off the flatty is pumpy, reachy and tenuous off poor feet, better to move into the torque below the overlap on Don't Tumble and clip easily at the waist but that's another hard and tenuous move! Managed to get to the top in one after the rest so pleased with that. Didn't really have another good go left in me so one to finish off next season! Afterwards placed an in situ draw on the first bolt and replaced the draw and maillon on the second one, as well as inadvertently trundling a sizeable non-essential block low down.

with Andy W
Hidden 27/Jan/15 Lead RP
Dave Almond 07/Jan/15 Lead dnf

Worked it and didn't take the draws for the top section of Tumble. Amazed to make it to Tumble and had it in the bag. Next time?

Greg Boswell 09/Nov/14 Lead RP

2nd go

Ramon Marin 09/Nov/14 Lead rpt
Ramon Marin 30/Nov/13 Lead rpt

retro flash for training

with viki harvey
Hidden ?/Nov/13 Lead RP
mux 07/Nov/10 Lead β

Flash ....

Hidden 20/Jun/09 Lead RP
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