Rockfax Description
The original line of the cliff and probably the best. From just above the step, climb up easy ground to gain a flake on the right. Arrange gear here and make committing moves up to clip the first bolt. Continue up passing another bolt and move up and rightwards to a good ledge. Up and left is another bolt and a thin crack, the crux is making your way up the thin crack to the lower off. © Rockfax

goi.ashmore 30/Apr/17 Lead β

Still feels like a big lead despite the new gear (compliments to the re-gearer). The crux high up isn't that much easier than on Slabaholics. Had some sight of the moves from lower off Slabaholics.

with Roy Thomas
anguskille 16/Aug/16 Lead O/S
jacob shieldhouse hadley 15/Jun/16 Lead rpt

for the shits n gigs

with mum
Hidden ??/2016 -
Tom Livingstone 08/Oct/15 Lead β
Hidden ?/Oct/15 Lead O/S
Tom.Priestley 13/Sep/15 2nd O/S

Second after Scott dogged his way up. Did the crux from the left with a minuscule rockover right.

Scott Quinn 13/Sep/15 Lead dog

fell off twice at the last move, used the wrong sequence & didn't trust the low smears.. good gear before the first bolt very safe

jacob shieldhouse hadley 17/Mar/15 Lead O/S

great route. there are two cruxes for me the rockover to get to the first bolt with some good gear and the move by the last bolt which if your tall is pretty straight forward. its pretty run out between the 2nd and 3rd bolt. can lower of on a 50m rope!

with dad
jacob shieldhouse hadley 14/Mar/15 Lead dnf

climbed down, could net do the move to clip first bolt too cold and windy. still wanna on-sight good gear in clusters before bolt

with dad
Ed morris 09/Feb/15 Lead O/S
with Dickon
shed_hed 16/Jul/14 Lead O/S

Nice route. Looks run out to the first bolt but you can get fairly good gear in before it. Nearly had the chance to try out just how good the gear was when a hold peeled off in my hand as I was rocking up to the first bolt! Luckily had just rocked over into the balance point so wobbled out from the wall slightly but pulled myself back in. It was only a small ripples in the rock that I was using mainly for balance and it hasn't changed the grade/nature of the climb. The rock at the start is much more suspect than on See You Bruce and lots of care is required! The climbing is very cruxy but the hard moves are well protected by bolts (except getting to the first bolt). I thought the last crux moves were extremely thin on feet and small for hands for a couple of moves and felt hard for 6a to me! The climbing isn't super easy between bolts and it is fairly run out but the moves are positive and it didn't feel as bold as I thought it looked as I lowered off!

Dan724 16/Nov/12 Lead RP

3 bolts in 27m...nice! Top roped first as the run-out to the first bolt was a bit worrying. The lead went fine in the end,difficult sections were all by bolts.

with Charlotte Milner, Steve Keys, Ben Ryle, Raji Salan
nige 22/Sep/12 Lead O/S
with mark hounslea
Luke Brooks 04/Sep/12 Lead O/S
with Calum
Hidden 26/Aug/12 Lead O/S
Danjones 25/Jun/12 TR rpt
with Andy godber
Tom Seccombe 25/Jun/12 Lead β
BenRyle 25/Jun/12 Lead RP
Danjones 25/Mar/12 TR O/S

Bold to first bolt, but crux well protected passing 3rd bolt.

with Rich
BenRyle 12/Jan/12 TR β


david morse 06/Nov/11 Lead RP

Fell off last hard move on the onsight,sent next go.clipped 3rd bolt on the sport route to the left...that first bolt is high!

with lole
Dringo ??/2006 -
sadams 18/Aug/87 Lead
with Guy Townsend
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