Rockfax Description
Climb the long and sustained crack that falls from the right-hand edge of the seagull-shaped roof to reach a bridged rest on its right. Pull leftwards onto the hanging face then make a daunting and crucial mantel/rock-over way out in space to reach the final thin crack. © Rockfax

FA. John Hartley 1982

Ticklists: Wilton wanderers.

Hidden 26/Sep/17 Lead β
Flavio 02/Sep/17 Lead G/U

2nd go g/u. Really easy when I actually used all the holds and not some stupid eliminate 6c move! duh

mshorter 24/Jun/17 Lead β
with ry
Ri 24/Jun/17 Lead RP

Well worthwhile for the rockover move - though slightly difficult to read exactly where to go after the roof.

with mike
MichaelGallimore 28/Apr/16 Lead RP

Fell off the top crux a couple of weeks ago trying the wrong move onto the shelf. Worked it out then came back to lead clean this time. Felt harder. Traversed across and placed a high side runner in wipeout hanging down level with the pegs to protect the start so I wasn't just relying on the pegs.

JendeHoxar 27/Apr/16 2nd dog
with Mike
JendeHoxar 13/Apr/16 2nd dog
with Mike
MichaelGallimore 13/Apr/16 Lead dog

Fell off reversing the moves at the crux- totally misread the rockover move. Took three goes before I worked out how to do it, then it felt OK. Will return to lead clean.

Hidden 18/Apr/15 Lead G/U
datoon ??/2014 Lead O/S
dave mann ??/2012 Lead rpt

Ground up

Hidden 18/Apr/11 -
Jacob Bloodworth ??/2011 Lead O/S
TomPR ?/May/10 Lead
Hidden ?/Apr/10 Lead rpt
Hidden 01/Jan/10 -
High E6
Mid E6
Low E6
High E5
Mid E5
Low E5
High E4
Mid E4
Low E4
Votes cast 3
High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
Votes cast 3
Votes cast 2
Style of ascent
Not Set
Ground Up
Flashed (β)
Not Set