7m. A hard move out onto the North arete from the right.

Dave Warburton 28/Jul/2011


ClimberDateStyle
MTL 30/Jul/16 Solo O/S

One pad (no spotter). Maybe E4 6a. Laybacked on right to gain the high jugs then rocked round the arete at that point. Crux higher but maybe slightly more secure like this (hard to say having only done it the one way)?

Hidden 21/Mar/16 TR
Sam Marks 27/May/13 Solo rpt

Nice little retro flash on the way back, only to find my ped on its side with the engine flooded...

Jodgson 13/Oct/12 TR RP

Got the move on my 3rd attempt, then lost all strength (and skin) and couldn't manage it again! I'll be back..

Sam Marks 13/Jun/12 Solo RP

Cool. The crux at the bottom makes a nice move. As for the grade, I don't know. It definately felt E4! Somewhere between tricky 6a and easy 6b? Would have been the second ascent had Dave not repeated it ;) A good day!

Matthew Ferrier 13/Jun/12 Solo RP

Nice opening move, powerful and balancy with scope for many methods of setting up for it. Just a shame it's all over once stood up on the jug. I've since soloed this without pads or rehearsing the moves again.

Dave Warburton 12/Aug/11 Solo rpt

In increasingly damp conditions - Above a couple of pads this time, still scary. http://davidwarburton-climbing.blogspot.com/2011/07/heel-of-approval.html

Dave Warburton 28/Jul/11 Solo RP

E4 6b - A bold first move, leads to easier but unprotected climbing. Makes a better route than i thought it would :-) This is quite serious though.

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