12m.

Rockfax Description
A desperate technical wall climb which is best suited to those with small fingers and high pain tolerance. Boulder up to a jug in the break. Make an extremely hard pull on a tiny mono pocket to gain another pocket above. More thin pocket pulling leads to the second bolt. Another hard sequence leads to a scary clip. Finish above up the relatively easy slab. © Rockfax

FA. Andy Pollitt 1987. Freed only 2 days after a sky-hook aided ascent had been made. Some of the holds were 'comfort-ised'!

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Peak Rock/15/The Dawn of Sport:A Bolt From the Blue, Peak limestone north graded list - sport, UK 8a and up

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Haydn Jones 16 Apr, 2015 Lead RP Fucking get in! Ring finger mono! it mangled the skin on my finger and i took a nice lob off the third clip and came close to the ground but it succumbed to sheer determination the next go!
Fucking get in! Ring finger mono! it mangled the skin on my finger and i took a nice lob off the third clip and came close to the ground but it succumbed to sheer determination the next go!
Ethan 17 May, 2014 Lead
with Adam
with Adam
Hidden 1 Jun, 2013 Lead dnf
Keendan 1 Jun, 2013 Lead dnf Managed the mono and pocket moves fairly well, but couldn't do the undercut move to the slab above. Never mind, it got me pretty psyched for Frankenjura...
with remus
Managed the mono and pocket moves fairly well, but couldn't do the undercut move to the slab above. Never mind, it got me pretty psyched for Frankenjura...
with remus
Apharri 2 Jun, 2010 Lead RP
with Marie Richards
with Marie Richards
Hidden ??, 2002 Lead RP
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