8m. A few metres right of Grey Sky is a slabby wall with an obvious break above a black-stained band in its top third. Climb the centre of this wall.

Ivan Bicknell, Alan Wade 14/Dec/2013

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UserDateStyleNotes & Partners
cpoad 15 May Lead O/S
with John S
with John S
leland stamper 7 Mar 2nd O/S Lead to top horizontal break, couldn't feel fingers so downclimbed and steve led top crux.
with Steve Rawlins
Lead to top horizontal break, couldn't feel fingers so downclimbed and steve led top crux.
with Steve Rawlins
Bobling 11 Feb Solo
Dunthemall 20 Jan Solo O/S
guy xavier percival 19 Dec, 2018 Solo O/S
with none
with none
Quarryboy 24 Sep, 2018 Solo O/S
with David Bradbrook
with David Bradbrook
Paul MacEnri 20031034 10 Feb, 2017 2nd
Hidden 8 Sep, 2016 Solo O/S
dbm 22 Jul, 2016 TR rpt
Mayaculpa 22 Jul, 2016 TR
with dbm
with dbm
Hidden 13 May, 2016 Lead
Mayaculpa 12 Jul, 2014 Lead
with Chris
with Chris
Stanners 8 Jun, 2014 Lead rpt
Mark Davies PK 8 Jun, 2014 Lead rpt bottom end VS 4c
with Stanners
bottom end VS 4c
with Stanners
Mayaculpa 26 Apr, 2014 TR Great route, not ready to lead it yet
with dbm
Great route, not ready to lead it yet
with dbm
dbm 26 Apr, 2014 TR O/S
Mayaculpa 17 Jan, 2014 2nd
pheotleyr 17 Jan, 2014 Lead O/S Lots of good gear that's easy to place, so if the climbing is 4b, this should be HS.
Lots of good gear that's easy to place, so if the climbing is 4b, this should be HS.
Stanners 24 Dec, 2013 2nd O/S
Mark Davies PK 24 Dec, 2013 TR O/S Followed line of least resistance which led me up pockets slightly left which gave me the idea of a right hand version.
with Mr Shunt
Followed line of least resistance which led me up pockets slightly left which gave me the idea of a right hand version.
with Mr Shunt
The Ivanator 14 Dec, 2013 Lead O/S Quite good, HS/VS & 4b/4c borderline. Sparse gear, I thought, but one decent nut where you need it. The good piece of gear is the middle one in the photo, the one above is a somewhat dubious small cam. Gear mostly slightly left of climbing line. Afterword: Seeing other comments here I might have missed gear (or lacked faith in what I placed) if you do arrange adequate protection then HS might be an appropriate grade.
Quite good, HS/VS & 4b/4c borderline. Sparse gear, I thought, but one decent nut where you need it. The good piece of gear is the middle one in the photo, the one above is a somewhat dubious small cam. Gear mostly slightly left of climbing line. Afterword: Seeing other comments here I might have missed gear (or lacked faith in what I placed) if you do arrange adequate protection then HS might be an appropriate grade.
wurzelinzummerset 14 Dec, 2013 2nd
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