Rockfax Description
To the left of the main slab are two subsidiary slabs. This climb tackles the left-hand one which has a rubble side wall. Climb a crack onto the slab then move left into the corner. Follow this until you are forced onto the slab again where the rock begins to deteriorate. Finish leftwards with care. © Rockfax

FA. C.Connick 6.5.79 06/May/1979

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Hidden 5 Apr, 2018 Lead dnf
Hidden 16 Oct, 2016 2nd
ChristyCole 16 Oct, 2016 Lead O/S
dkilner 16 Oct, 2016 2nd
Tom Hobbs 24 Aug, 2016 Lead rpt
mlcumberlidge 18 Oct, 2015 2nd
spoonernz 18 Oct, 2015 Lead O/S
Hidden ??, 2015 Lead
John Brayshaw 3 May, 2014 Lead O/S
with erica
with erica
erica 3 May, 2014 2nd
Matt Reed 4 May, 2013 Lead
with Mark, pete40
with Mark, pete40
Tom Hobbs 24 Jun, 2012 Lead O/S
mick1jones 30 May, 2011 2nd O/S Guy led
with Guy, Dave Wilkinson
Guy led
with Guy, Dave Wilkinson
mattparratt 23 May, 2009 Lead
Hexman 23 May, 2009 Lead O/S
with Jim Jarvis
with Jim Jarvis
Ed morris 2 May, 2009 Lead β precious little gear at the loose top where you want it most.
with arthur
precious little gear at the loose top where you want it most.
with arthur
Nick Haine ?Apr, 2007 Lead
ASchwirtz 28 Aug, 2006 Lead O/S
with Hanna Wride
with Hanna Wride
net 14 Apr, 2006 2nd
with Ritchie & Sarah
with Ritchie & Sarah
Mick King 11 Apr, 1998 2nd
with Dave Kenny
with Dave Kenny
Hidden 3 May, 1997 Lead O/S
Hidden 2 Apr, 1995 2nd O/S
Hidden 30 May, 1994 Lead
craig h 2 Apr, 1994 Lead O/S
with Shaun, Jim M
with Shaun, Jim M
Nigel Coe ??, 1985 Lead
with Mark ???
with Mark ???
Hidden 15 Jan, 1984 Lead
The Reaper 5 Jun, 1983 Lead O/S
crusherbartlett 28 Aug, 1978 Lead Trip with South Wales Mountaineering Club. We tried to report it but whoever we told, when we described it, assumed we'd made a mistake and had been climbing on Flimston Slabs, they did not know there was another slab. Partner was a vicar from Cardiff Docks area. Forget his name, but he was very tall, good sense of humor. We made jokes about how the (many!) holds I pulled off had the good grace to avoid him.
Trip with South Wales Mountaineering Club. We tried to report it but whoever we told, when we described it, assumed we'd made a mistake and had been climbing on Flimston Slabs, they did not know there was another slab. Partner was a vicar from Cardiff Docks area. Forget his name, but he was very tall, good sense of humor. We made jokes about how the (many!) holds I pulled off had the good grace to avoid him.
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