Rockfax Description
14m. The left-hand arete of the Inside Face of The Prow is bold and fingery. Gear is often placed out right at mid-height though falling of the final moves is ill-advised either way! © Rockfax

FA. Hank Pasquill 1967

Hidden 27/May/16 Lead β
mattnuttall 07/Sep/14 Lead rpt
with Andy Wilson
Andrew Wilson 07/Sep/14 2nd O/S
with Matt Nuttall
Hidden 11/Jun/14 2nd O/S
Hidden 24/Apr/14 Lead O/S
Paul Clarke ??/2014 AltLd
with Andy Dunhill, Dave Sharples
pie_eater_pete 10/Jun/13 Lead β
with bwestwood
daviesxxx ??/2012 Lead O/S

side runners placed

Lunar25 01/May/11 TR O/S

falling on lead would be serious...

pie_eater_pete 19/Apr/11 TR RP
dave mann ??/2010 Lead rpt
Seymore Butt ??/2009 -
with Roy
Sean Kelly ??/2008 2nd
with Duncan Lee
Iggy_B ?/Jul/05 -
mattnuttall ??/2004 Lead rpt
with Alan Holden
mattnuttall 15/Sep/96 Lead rpt
with Alan Holden
Roget 29/Apr/95 Lead O/S
with baccy
mattnuttall 07/Sep/93 Solo rpt
Mick King 12/Mar/93 TR
with Steve Hill, Pete Hankinson
mattnuttall 22/Jun/92 Lead O/S
with Alan Holden
Hidden 08/May/91 TR
Rich Kirby ??/1989 Lead O/S
with Sean Coffey
Enty ??/1988 -
andy tetsill ?/Nov/84 TR
with Joy
Mark Kemball 25/Oct/80 Lead
with Bill McKee
ColinMeech ??/1980 Lead O/S

Thin gear is an understatement! Especially on the final moves.

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