Rockfax Description
A thin eliminate on pebbles up the middle of the slab. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Direct up the centre of the slab, without the right or left cracks. Left of The HOP.
This is not a new line it is the line taken by Eeyore which has been incorrectly described by both the Peak Rockfax and the Vertebrate Peak guide. It was climbed on my first visit to the crag along with Keith Turton who climbed most of the problems. The name (Eeyore) like most of the earlier routes retains the pooh bear theme.

Mark Lloyd

Ben Turner 18/Aug/17 Sent x
adam carless 15/Aug/17 Sent x

3rd go. Started from the sidepull on the left, trended right onto crystals. Very dainty and a bit painful.

Hidden 20/Jun/17 Sent
yorkshiresherpa 11/May/17 Sent
Hidden 23/Apr/17 -
Neil Amos 04/Feb/17 Sent
Hidden 11/Dec/16 Sent
LBrown 22/Oct/16 Sent
with Maria
Hidden 08/Jul/16 Sent
Don Jebus 01/Aug/15 Sent x
Andrew Jennings 11/Jun/15 Sent
with Aide Jebb
Robin Nichols 13/May/15 Sent O/S
with Jemma
Wizzy 22/Apr/15 Sent O/S
MNA123 24/Dec/14 Sent x

Lovely grit slab, ignore the big foot ledge on the right and 6c seems spot on. Split a tip on one of the pebbles.

Hidden ?/Jul/14 Sent x
Hidden 25/Feb/13 -
Simon_Letman 27/Oct/12 Sent x
with Emily
Hidden 19/Sep/12 Sent x
nathanlee 21/May/12 Sent x

nice pebbles

Hidden 12/May/12 Sent x
nai 06/May/12 Sent x
with 205Chris
nai 06/May/12 Sent O/S
with 205Chris
boulderholder 25/Mar/12 Sent x

Seems a bit soft for the grade. A nice problem, I suspect significantly easier for the tall.

with FRED
Hidden 07/Jan/12 Sent
Sankey 23/Jun/11 -
Graeme Hammond 08/Apr/09 Sent x
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