24m.

Rockfax Description
The excellent central line has a hard move rightwards (too many pockets, try staying low) to access the groove left of the roof. © Rockfax

Ticklists: World Graded List.


ClimberDateStyle
tomaspkr 14/Apr Lead O/S
with vaiva vasiliauskaite
Luke90 07/Apr Lead dog

Dogged because started out (aiming to be) on the 6b+ to the left but failed and dogged my way back across to this route.

with Liz
Shaw Brown 31/Dec/16 Lead O/S

Used a clip stick for the first bolt but would now do it without. The removal of the large flake is a bit confusing but does not spoil the climb. Great pitch with surprisingly little polish.

Hidden 31/Dec/16 2nd
Hidden 31/Oct/16 Lead dog
Legs 01/Apr/16 Lead O/S
with Mike
Widda 31/Mar/16 Lead dnf

Really difficult route to work out as there are bolts everywhere - took us a while to realise we were standing on the top section of the climb at the bottom too! Ended up deviating right too soon to join King Cucudrulu. Seriously enjoyable climb - would be a great one to take home as a little project.

Mike W 31/Mar/16 Lead O/S
chris_woodsy 29/Mar/16 Lead O/S
with Widdaz
cpforbes 02/Feb/16 Lead dog
Gabe Oliver 02/Feb/16 Lead
Marcin78 ?/Dec/15 Lead
with Tomek
NeilHowarth 18/Oct/15 AltLd dog
EmilyElouise 17/Sep/15 2nd dog
Trisha Murphy 17/Sep/15 Lead O/S
with Fliss
spidermonkey09 05/Apr/15 Lead RP

Felt hard on the onsight in bright sunshine, much better once the sun came off it! Hard for 6a+, nearer 6b.

James12389 05/Apr/15 2nd dog
nick ferro 24/Nov/14 2nd
with Oli Birkill
Hidden 12/Oct/14 Lead dog
professorcobra 12/Apr/14 Lead O/S
with Nick Todd, Sabine Wilkins
Kap 27/Mar/14 Lead O/S
Dave Sr 01/Apr/13 Lead dog

1go, 1rest, Absolutly superb route!, now rebolted and taked away the huge hanging flake of rock wicht it was really dangerous; now there are some confortable tables on the ground. Seemed more like 6b+

with Berta
efrance24234 01/Sep/12 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Mar/11 Lead
Hidden 07/Feb/11 Lead O/S
matthewjames 09/Jul/10 Lead dog

Came off on the hard move rightwards. Got distracted by two heavily chalked up but awkward pockets, directly between the ledge that your hands treverse rightwards on. If you just keep heading right instead its easier, although still the crux.

with Beth Marshall
Hidden 05/Jan/10 Lead O/S
Seymore Butt ??/2010 -
Hidden ??/2010 -
matt green(uni) ??/2009 TR β
Jason Gotel ?/Apr/08 Lead
with Shiv
ASchwirtz 09/Apr/06 Lead O/S
Roget ??/2005 Lead O/S
with jon
Carl Smethurst 07/Nov/04 Lead dog
Hidden 15/Nov/01 Lead
Hidden 31/Dec/00 Lead
Hidden 01/Nov/00 Lead dog
Dave Musgrove ?/Jan/99 Lead O/S
Hidden 04/Dec/98 2nd
Hidden ??/1998 Lead
Bullybones ??/1998 Lead O/S
uphillnow ??/1998 Lead
Hidden 01/Jan/97 Lead
kevp ?/Dec/96 Lead O/S
with Welbeck
Hidden ?/Dec/95 Lead O/S
Hidden 31/Jan/95 Lead O/S
Nick Biven 28/Dec/94 -
dsgibson ?/Mar/93 Lead O/S
with Mark Magas
Mick King 25/Jan/93 Lead
with Pete Hankinson
Chris Ellis 11/Dec/92 Lead
with Andy Barker
steve taylor ?/Dec/92 Lead
Steve Crowe 23/Apr/92 Lead O/S
with KM
Hidden ?/Jan/92 Lead
Hidden 02/Apr/90 Lead
Mike Owen 24/Dec/88 -
with Elaine Owen
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Voting
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a+
Mid 6a+
Low 6a+
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
Votes cast 16
Votes cast 13
Style of ascent
Lead
Followed
Toproped
Alt Leads
Not Set
Onsighted
Dogged
Flashed (β)
Redpoint
DNF
Not Set