Possibly 5.11d or E46B or possibly 7A+/7B. Steady, if you can hang on thin-hand jams and invert ?!. Don't forget your photographer. Only gets hard towards lip. Foot jam sequence useful .

Ron Kauk et al. 1978

Ticklists: Tom Randall's Classic Hand cracks.

Hidden 01/Oct/17 Lead dnf
George Killaspy 26/Sep/17 Lead RP

Success on second attempt (with pre-placed gear)

with James
markalmack 23/Sep/17 Lead RP

2nd go

with Thomas the German
Hidden 07/Oct/16 Lead dog
Martin Bagshaw 07/Oct/16 Lead dog

Fun upside down hand and foot jamming until halfway along where they thin out. One that I definitely have to get clean at some point in the future.

Martin Bagshaw 07/Oct/16 2nd dog

To retrieve gear. Aid practice.

C coldwell-storry 01/Oct/16 Lead RP

2nd go. Mega

with the jew
monsteratt 24/May/16 Lead dog

Not too happy that I didn't give it a bit more beans and make a better go of it. Happy to have actually got out of the roof though.

nickwhimster 24/May/16 2nd dog

poor attempt, more an aid session to get the gear.

pearson9596 27/Sep/15 Lead dog
with Sinan
Hidden 26/Jun/13 TR dog
simon kimber ?/Oct/09 Lead dnf
UKB Shark 05/May/97 Lead RP

Last route in the Valley after a perfect trip.

with Brad Carter
johnnymerlin ?/Aug/90 Lead β

Had long been a dream and finally managed to get it. Thin towards the lip but getting that thank God hold at the lip is just the best feeling

Hidden ?/Jul/83 Lead
duncan ?/Oct/81 Lead β

After watching several others' attempts

with Matthew Boyer
36 users have this on their wishlist
High 5.12b
Mid 5.12b
Low 5.12b
High 5.12a
Mid 5.12a
Low 5.12a
High 5.11d
Mid 5.11d
Low 5.11d
Votes cast 1
High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b
Mid 6b
Low 6b
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
Votes cast 1
Votes cast 1
Style of ascent
Flashed (β)
Not Set