12m. Practice Slabs - This unbalanced route climbs the centre of the wall on superb rough rock and sports a crux move much harder than the rest of the climb.

(4c). Start 3 metres right of the last climb and gain the ledge and climb the centre of the wall directly to a shallow scoop. Make a hard move up and right (crux, long reach required) to easier ground.

Martin Scrowston, Jim Loxham 09/Jun/2009

Hidden ?/May/16 Lead
Nigel Coe 21/Mar/16 Lead
with Pete Kelly
Hidden 19/Apr/15 2nd
peteJ23 19/Apr/15 Lead O/S
Pete Nugent 23/Aug/14 2nd O/S
Rog Wilko 23/Aug/14 Lead

This is a really nice little route. It feels much longer than it really is, as after the easy start it rapidly becomes quite an intense little number. As it appears from the ground, the nicest climbing is the crozzly stuff in the very shallow groove right of centre, while all the gear that might hold a fall is associated with the cracks on the left. Have since looked on the F&R web site where it appears this line is called Knut Cluster Wall, and the neighbouring line to the left (cracks) is described separately and called Weight Loss crack. In my opinion this makes the line I did VERY bold - I got in an RP and a very small cam, neither of which you could contemplate falling on.

with Pete Nugent
David Woods 16/Jun/14 Solo O/S
with Joe Holden
paul horabin 19/Jun/12 Lead O/S
sjbrook 06/May/12 2nd O/S

Very nice rock, move at the top is the crux but I would say 4b as i climbed in big boots and found it fairly easy.

with rob parr
j_turner023 15/Apr/10 Lead O/S
Hidden 05/Jul/09 Lead
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