Rockfax Description
A full-body work-out with reasonable gear. Start easily as for Theory of Everything then take the big cracks to the right up the steep wall (thread) pulling over a bulge to a ledge. An easy groove leads to the top. © Rockfax

FA. Pete Oxley 8.8.86 08/Aug/1986

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ian bryant ??/2016 -
Ellis Bird ?/Aug/15 Lead O/S
pezzerrr 08/Nov/12 Lead O/S

Plenty of gear to back-up the in-situ.

Hidden 08/Nov/12 2nd
Alex Mason 11/Apr/12 Lead O/S

Amazing route. Very intimidating/overhanging. Abbed in during a hailstorm adding to the adventure. Tat is looking pretty poor but can be backed up. Unassumingly goey through all the steepness. We preplaced a belay rope which took a while to locate and made access tricky. I'd recommend taking a solid belay on the lip of the steepness, then doing a relatively solid 5m pitch to the top ledge to then skirt out left around the mud/choss wall. As good as Lean Machine with the crux right where you want it.

Mr Tickle 11/Apr/12 2nd dog

Well done Alex, my neck hurt belaying this one, this was steep!! What an adventure, hailing whilst abbing into an E5 over the big sea is never a comforting feeling! I did my best but ran out of juice, the holds weren't exactly jugs either with very awkward finger jams.

Hidden 07/May/11 TR dog
feilx 25/Apr/09 2nd O/S
with Andy L
feeko 28/Jun/07 Lead
with Dad
The Jazz Butcher 06/Jun/07 Lead RP
Marti999 06/Jun/07 2nd
High E6
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High E5
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High E4
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High 6b
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High 6a
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High 5c
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