16m.

Rockfax Description
16m. The beckoning roof crack is a bobby dazzler of gritstone jamming and is reached by the easy groove on the right, or better, and substantially harder the front of the rib to its left. Slam in the lockers and go! Only E1 5b for hoary hardmen. © Rockfax

FA. Don Morrison (1 sling) 1966 FFA. Graham Hoey 1976

Ticklists: Moorland Grit - The Essential Selection (Over The Moors), Over the Moors 3 Star Magical Mystery Tour, Definitive *** Peak Grit.


ClimberDateStyle
gavinpeach 21/May Lead

Started on the left which seemed pretty comitting with poor gear. Roof is actually pretty straightforward although gutted that I fluffed the onsight as my foot slipped on the slab after reaching the jugs right at the top of the crack. Took a massive whipper and ended back on the ledge at the top of the slab.. Got back on and managed to do the roof clean but should have done it 1st go.

The old James turnbull 10/Jul/15 Lead

Slightly disappointed by it not being as hard or brutal as the guide makes out. Brutality was much harder.

with adam brown
Brown 10/Jul/15 2nd
with James T
bryce.dorin 04/Jul/15 TR RP
with Corty
Frank the Husky ??/2013 -
Jim Slater 15/Sep/12 2nd O/S
Graeme Hammond 15/Sep/12 Lead O/S

EXCELLENT!! great grit juggy roof climbing, well worth the 3 stars the over the moors guide gave it. stated via the grove on the left.

with Jim
Hidden 04/Jun/11 Lead O/S
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