25m.

Rockfax Description
The furthest left arete of the level. Follow the sharp arete on its right-hand side with occasional excursions right onto the slab. Finish with unusual moves in a fine position on the very crest of the undercut upper arete. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
The arete at the extreme L end of the "Below Pans" level. Gain the start by stepping down a small wall at the extreme L end of this level or by traversing R from the start of A Grand Day Out. Climb the arete on its R side with occasional excursions on to the slab. Finish with unusual moves in a dramatic position on the hanging upper arete.

C. Struthers, H Walmsley 10/Nov/2013

Ticklists

Slate Arêtes (sport), All the Llanberis SLATE sport @ 6c & 6c+, Slate Mastery

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
jrobinson 7 Sep Lead G/U
Arlo rogers 18 Aug Lead O/S
Stoop324 1 Jun Lead O/S
jon_gill1 21 Apr Lead O/S
with Alan Segar, nick loc
with Alan Segar, nick loc
Hidden 21 Apr 2nd dog
Kieran Broadbridge 31 Mar TR dnf
with mike505 , eug202
with mike505 , eug202
eb202 31 Mar Lead dog Foot slip near the second bolt.
with Mike505
Foot slip near the second bolt.
with Mike505
Mike505 31 Mar Lead rpt Threw the draws if for Eugenie, still great. Seemed thinner than I remembered, but that was maybe just due to lack of warm up route for my feet.
with eb202
Threw the draws if for Eugenie, still great. Seemed thinner than I remembered, but that was maybe just due to lack of warm up route for my feet.
with eb202
Mike505 24 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S Went well and it's one of the better sport lines in the quarry, we'll worth seeking out, I'd say a steady 6c.
with eb202
Went well and it's one of the better sport lines in the quarry, we'll worth seeking out, I'd say a steady 6c.
with eb202
eb202 24 Sep, 2018 TR O/S Quite a move at the top!
with Mike505
Quite a move at the top!
with Mike505
embob 14 Apr, 2018 2nd Gutted, wish I'd lead it! Al made it look ever so slightly tricky... :-) Top move is completely out there! Brilliant route and well bolted.
with alik b
Gutted, wish I'd lead it! Al made it look ever so slightly tricky... :-) Top move is completely out there! Brilliant route and well bolted.
with alik b
BenRyle 17 Aug, 2017 Lead RP Sweet climb, Foot slipped on first attempt.
Sweet climb, Foot slipped on first attempt.
Lewis Perrin Williams 17 Aug, 2017 Lead O/S
with BenRyle
with BenRyle
pete johnson 10 May, 2017 Lead
geoff b 10 May, 2017 Lead Delicate & thin slab climbing with an impressive position on the arĂȘte to finish: lovely.
Delicate & thin slab climbing with an impressive position on the arĂȘte to finish: lovely.
MikePycroft 10 May, 2017 Lead dog Fell off at last but one bolt
Fell off at last but one bolt
Hidden 30 May, 2016 Lead O/S
Stanners 1 Nov, 2015 Lead O/S an unexpected ascent during our snakes and ladders expedition. It caught my eye on the way past and with no idea on the name or grade I gave it a shot. Chuffed to have made it up clean. Very steady until the finish where things toughen up. Not far off 3 stars. Well bolted.
an unexpected ascent during our snakes and ladders expedition. It caught my eye on the way past and with no idea on the name or grade I gave it a shot. Chuffed to have made it up clean. Very steady until the finish where things toughen up. Not far off 3 stars. Well bolted.
Rob Evans ?Jul, 2014 Lead Quality climb, with airy finish. 6b+?
Quality climb, with airy finish. 6b+?
harold walmsley 10 Nov, 2013 Lead RP Good climbing, particularly on the spectacular finish
with Colin Struthers
Good climbing, particularly on the spectacular finish
with Colin Struthers
nige 10 Nov, 2013 Lead
with harold walmsley, colin struthers, mark hounslea
with harold walmsley, colin struthers, mark hounslea
colin struthers 10 Nov, 2013 Lead First ascent
with harold walmsley
First ascent
with harold walmsley
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