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

Dave Warburton 28/Jul/2011

Hidden 30/Jul/16 Solo O/S
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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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