Rockfax Description
The stunning lower black wall has some unlikely climbing which is protected by threads - check them before your ascent since there is little other gear. The friction is usually better than it looks but there isn't a single easy move before the crux which is a lot higher than you might think. Climb the wall up the line of the gear. Higher up step leftwards into a chossy groove. © Rockfax

FA. G.Gibson 20/Mar/1984

Ticklists: The Best of Pembroke.


ClimberDateStyle
Hidden 01/Jul Lead O/S
Duncan Campbell 17/Jun Lead dnf

Bit of a shambles. Was quite goppy in the leap. Usual trad faff of upping and downing (and falling) then ended up grabbing 2nd thread that someone else had bailed from so followed suit. Bit dissapointed in my effort but I'll defo be back for this one now I know the gear and move knowledge low down. (Felt E6 to me?)

with Sophie Keltie
Hidden ??/2017 -
bigie bob 25/May/15 Lead G/U
Gary Gibson ??/2015 -
owenH ??/2011 -
Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe 14/Jun/09 2nd rpt

More like sustained 6a, rather than one distinct 6b move. Though slightly wandering in the upper reaches, the quality of climbing warrants 3 stars.

with Ed Brown
Si Clapham ??/2006 -
Cowflinger 02/Jul/95 Lead RP

Decked out from 20ft with wire ripping. Then back on for redpoint

with John Williams
shoulders ??/1995 2nd
jfletcher 28/May/94 Lead β
Alan James - UKC and UKH 24/Jul/93 2nd
with Lewis Grundy
AlexRenshaw 22/Aug/92 2nd
with Dor? Green
ukb & bmc shark 02/Jul/92 Lead
Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe ??/1991 Lead dog

Cheeky rest, when I was a nippa.

Mike Owen 02/Aug/87 Lead O/S
with Elaine Owen
mitch1960 ??/1987 Lead
with Alan Dance
Hidden ??/1985 Lead
Steve Lewis 02/Jun/84 Lead O/S
with Clive Curle
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Voting
High E6
Mid E6
Low E6
High E5
Mid E5
Low E5
High E4
Mid E4
Low E4
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High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
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Style of ascent
Lead
Followed
Not Set
Onsighted
Dogged
Redpoint
Repeated
Flashed (β)
Ground Up
DNF
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