UKC

12m.

Rockfax Description
The bold arete by some frantic moves (choose a start) to a poor rest on the left, followed by the even bolder though easier and ridiculously exposed upper section. The route may just be E5 for those who spend an age on the psyching/rescue ledge! © Rockfax

FA. Jonny Woodward 1981

Ticklists: ROCKFAX Western Grit Grade List, World Graded List, Moorland Grit - The Essential Selection (Over The Moors), Ultimate E5 ticklist, Over the Moors 3 Star Magical Mystery Tour, Definitive *** Peak Grit.


ClimberDateStyle
Jimbo C 07/May/16 TR rpt

Worked it a few times and then linked it on toprope. Desperate start and good moves throughout on a striking rock feature. Don't think I'll come back for the solo.

with Jurr
kermit_uk 18/Apr/14 TR RP
with Neil
CharlieMack 18/Jul/13 Solo RP

Start is very tricky, needed a good clean.

with Shunt
Frank the Husky ??/2013 -
ste_d 22/Jul/11 TR O/S
with shunt
willworkforfoodjnr 17/Apr/11 TR dnf

The start is hard! Will come back in a few months.

MattT88 03/May/10 TR dog

First moves felt hard for 6a.

with Andy Raynor
Stuart William 03/May/10 TR dog
mattnuttall 19/Aug/09 TR RP

after initial fall on harder moves at start

with Alan Holden
chrishedgehog 07/Jun/03 TR dog

One slip at the start and then clean after that. Was contemplating it as a headpoint-style project but it didn't inspire quite as expected. Brilliant route of course.

with Clare Wilkie
Nigel Coe 26/Jun/99 2nd
with Martin Crocker
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Style of ascent
Toproped
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