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Ticklists: 100 or so good E6s - aye Caff.

Jack Geldard ??/2016 -
henwardian 25/Jul/15 2nd

Start is sketchy as hell. You should expect to deck if you snap any of the holds or pump out in the first 8 metres. My partners first runner fell out as he was placing his third and his third (a cam) fell out along with a block of rock it was placed in when he was a little higher up. After the loose start it's a cracking route. (Second details - I jumared the shit out of it)

with Henry
Tom Livingstone 14/Nov/14 Lead G/U

Yeeeehooooooo! Ground up, second go. Easy when you know how!

with John Orr
Tom Livingstone 05/Nov/14 Lead dog

Putaaaa! Fell off in the bottom of the V groove, right near the top! Took a nice big ride. Pumped out of my tree, did 'one last-effort slap' about four times! Gutted. Dogged to the top, psyched to come back and finish this off. Easily 3 stars

with John Orr
nathanlee 26/May/14 Lead O/S

Not that loose really. Above the ledge it all seemed solid. Mega route, bold and sandy into pumpy and safe.

Hidden 16/Nov/12 Lead
zero six ?/Jul/12 2nd O/S

Not that into loose routes which are steep enough to require pulling hard on bad rock - getting up it cleanly seemed to rely more on being lucky with the rock rather than any skill beyond a bit of fitness.

Hidden ?/May/11 -
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