Excellent, thuggy climbing on immaculate rock. The start is sketchy and the finish is sustained and tricky. A #1 cam placement high up is quite crucial. The peg which offered protection for the sketchy moves lower down is no more and fluffing these could result in a groundfall. So, all things considered, E3 is probably a far more realistic grade now.

J A Summer, A George 10/Mar/1991

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 30 Mar, 2014 Lead O/S
foostu4 30 Mar, 2014 2nd O/S
with mjpr
with mjpr
UncleMephisto 27 Feb, 2013 Lead dnf Cratered falling from top moves with lsat gear at half height. Major props to Adam for quick thinking on the belay, could have ended messily otherwise. The climb which taught me the value of wearing a helmet.
with Adam Bloch
Cratered falling from top moves with lsat gear at half height. Major props to Adam for quick thinking on the belay, could have ended messily otherwise. The climb which taught me the value of wearing a helmet.
with Adam Bloch
dan-8990 6 May, 2012 Lead O/S
with NM
with NM
Michael Allday 31 Mar, 2012 Lead O/S
with rodney greenfield
with rodney greenfield
Tim Sparrow 24 Mar, 2012 Lead
with Piers Nesbitt
with Piers Nesbitt
pauldrew 22 May, 2010 Lead dnf Tore arm muscle and lowered off.
with Kevin Sales
Tore arm muscle and lowered off.
with Kevin Sales
Mark Stevenson 29 May, 2005 Lead O/S
with Fidget
with Fidget
Tim Sparrow ?May, 2005 Lead
Hidden 2 Apr, 2004 Lead
steveb2006 12 Oct, 1991 Lead
with John Sumner
with John Sumner
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