33m.

Rockfax Description
A cracking line tackling the west face of the pillar, with slabby moves interspersed by steep pulls. Climb up on good holds then venture up the sloping diagonal shelf on the right until holds lead onto the slab above. Move up and left to a groove and climb this until a swing left leads to below an overlap. Pull through and climb the crack in the clean slab above. © Rockfax

FA. S.Lewis, S.Mundy, G.Lewis 05/Apr/1981

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Dominic Acland 18 May Lead O/S
with ollie1
with ollie1
ollie1 18 May 2nd
Charlie Zephyr Booth ??, 2018 -
with tony morley, dave ferguson
with tony morley, dave ferguson
Misha 6 Aug, 2016 2nd O/S A bit of an adventure! Abbed into the Hole for Gravy Train but it was wet so opted for this. Pretty sure the line and description in the CC comprehensive and Pembroke Rock are incorrect as couldn't see an E2 line going up or just left of the arête. The line in the Rockfax following a sloping shelf makes sense and spoke with the first ascensionist's brother in the hut later who also said it started on the left. So... Started up the E3, which was well hard going up the crack (6a moves I thought), then just below a small bulge traversed left round the arête to join the E2 line. However finished up the E3. Bit of a hotch-potch... Cool place though!
with eszter
A bit of an adventure! Abbed into the Hole for Gravy Train but it was wet so opted for this. Pretty sure the line and description in the CC comprehensive and Pembroke Rock are incorrect as couldn't see an E2 line going up or just left of the arête. The line in the Rockfax following a sloping shelf makes sense and spoke with the first ascensionist's brother in the hut later who also said it started on the left. So... Started up the E3, which was well hard going up the crack (6a moves I thought), then just below a small bulge traversed left round the arête to join the E2 line. However finished up the E3. Bit of a hotch-potch... Cool place though!
with eszter
Avon Man 29 May, 2016 Lead O/S
with Derek
with Derek
Hidden 7 May, 2016 Lead O/S
quiffhanger 18 Apr, 2014 2nd β Ro's first Pembroke lead. Thought it was HVS as per Rockfax guide. Quite an adventure for him - some tricky route finding.
Ro's first Pembroke lead. Thought it was HVS as per Rockfax guide. Quite an adventure for him - some tricky route finding.
clipskipper 8 Jun, 2013 Lead Need to be careful to avoid drag, but the roof is not so tough. Not much gear on the top slab.
with Davey Boy
Need to be careful to avoid drag, but the roof is not so tough. Not much gear on the top slab.
with Davey Boy
markalmack 8 Apr, 2012 Lead O/S the start was piss wet through. was utterly gripped.
the start was piss wet through. was utterly gripped.
Andrew Sandercock 8 Apr, 2012 2nd Spent 20 minutes getting pumped out my gourd on gopping wet rock trying to get a stuck wire out. Had to rest. Turns out it was a fixed wire. . . Proper fun Pembroke adventure.
with Mark A
Spent 20 minutes getting pumped out my gourd on gopping wet rock trying to get a stuck wire out. Had to rest. Turns out it was a fixed wire. . . Proper fun Pembroke adventure.
with Mark A
Mark Kemball 17 Aug, 1997 AltLd
with Chris Graffton, Bill McKee
with Chris Graffton, Bill McKee
andy gittins ??, 1988 -
Mark Kemball 21 Apr, 1984 Lead
with Dave Hall
with Dave Hall
Steve Lewis 5 Apr, 1981 Lead O/S
with Gary
with Gary
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