Rockfax Description
A modern route on excellent rock. The difficulties are fairly consistent offering a well-balanced climb.
Start below and left of the left side of a prominent streaked roof, just left of red 'P' on the rock.
1) 6a+, 2) 6a+, 3) 7a, 4) 7b, 5) 6b, 6) 6c+, 7) 6c, 8) 7a, 9) 5c. © Rockfax

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farmus21 18 Jul, 2016 AltLd dog Popped off the 1st 7a pitch - on second.
with samrad
Popped off the 1st 7a pitch - on second.
with samrad
samrad 18 Jul, 2016 AltLd O/S Some quality climbing. the rock fax topo is totally wrong through which was annoying!!! the belay is further right on pitch 1. and the line for the 7b pitch and the continuation pitches is wrong. Make sure you follow the new bolts traversing rightwards on the 7b pitch. there is another older line of bolts following the line of the topo which i climbed and this is not a 7b (more like 7c+) and is not the correct line as there are no bolts continuing along that line after that pitch!! you would think that it would be easy following a sport route but where there are other lines of bolts or when some of the easier pitches have very spaced bolts it can be frustrating when the topo is leading you the wrong way. Overall I would say that the rock fax guide has been very poor with a number of mistakes on almost every route we climbed!! with mistakes in the route and descent descriptions we ended up just using it as a rough guide and not trusting the topos or descriptions too much.
with james G
Some quality climbing. the rock fax topo is totally wrong through which was annoying!!! the belay is further right on pitch 1. and the line for the 7b pitch and the continuation pitches is wrong. Make sure you follow the new bolts traversing rightwards on the 7b pitch. there is another older line of bolts following the line of the topo which i climbed and this is not a 7b (more like 7c+) and is not the correct line as there are no bolts continuing along that line after that pitch!! you would think that it would be easy following a sport route but where there are other lines of bolts or when some of the easier pitches have very spaced bolts it can be frustrating when the topo is leading you the wrong way. Overall I would say that the rock fax guide has been very poor with a number of mistakes on almost every route we climbed!! with mistakes in the route and descent descriptions we ended up just using it as a rough guide and not trusting the topos or descriptions too much.
with james G
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