Rockfax Description
A superb sustained pitch, on which the gear is perfect, but hard work to place. A loose wall (old peg and good small wires) leads to the bulge that guards the crack, pull over this then press on rapidly up the soaring line. A couple of bridged rests are available for the long legged but the ability to press on will be found of more use. © Rockfax

FA. Steve Read, Roy Leeming, D.Carnell, P.Brown, S.Hunt 1950s. FFA (nearly) John Fleming, Chris Calow (1pt) 1978. FFA. Ron Fawcett 1978 1955

Ticklists: 100 best limestone climbs in Britain, World Graded List, Peak Rock/13/The Limestone Revolution, James' Summer Ticklist.

rocksol ??/2016 -
Hannes B 30/Aug/15 Lead dnf

...did some gardening though

with Aidan
Brown 22/Apr/11 Lead

One rest point.

with Lilifa
switch 05/Sep/10 Lead O/S

Surprisingly difficult to stop and drop wires into the obvious cracks on the balancey middle section

with James
Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe 04/Jul/09 Lead O/S

This route is clean and doesn't rely on dodgy fixed gear. The peg at the initial overhang can be backed up with RPs.

with Bob Smith
mark s 24/May/08 Lead
with andi t
andi turner 24/May/08 Lead

Great route, systematically beaten into submission. Contains possibly the best nut placement I have ever used.

with Mark Sharratt
kp64zl ?/May/96 2nd
with David Pickford
Cowflinger ?/Sep/94 TR O/S
Hidden ??/1992 Lead
Hidden ??/1992 -
Hidden ?/Aug/90 Lead O/S
ukb & bmc shark 13/May/89 Lead O/S
Hidden 14/Aug/88 Lead β
Hidden ??/1988 Lead
Mike Owen 27/Jul/86 -
with Elaine Owen, Gavin Peat
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