First line left of the waterfall/crud zone.
Get the first couple of bolts clipped, then make a hard crank from a pocket to reach jugs over the first overhang. Climb more easily to the top break, then use undercuts and layaways to reach the lower-off.

R Kingston, M J Crocker 27/Apr/2000

Megan.richardson1 22/Jul/16 2nd
with Marie
Marie357 22/Jul/16 Lead dnf
with Megan, Simona
BeccaSnowden 27/Jun/13 Lead RP

Found it hard and confusing on first try but felt fine on the redpoint. More like 6c than 6b.

with Tom
thomasadixon 27/Jun/13 Lead O/S
with Becca
Tom Brierley Gore 09/Jun/13 Lead O/S

Pretty powerfull for a 6b, some nice climbing but crumbly near the bottom requiring care.

Stanley 09/Jul/11 Lead dog
Quarryboy 02/Apr/11 Lead rpt

Really happy to do this! the crux is really physical.

Stanners 02/Apr/11 Lead rpt

finally with no falls, couldn't have done so without jack reminding me of holds (hard to see)

Stanners 18/Mar/11 Lead dog

relatively easier once you have figured the moves. Originally was trying a mini dyno to reach jug on overhang. 6C+??

Quarryboy 18/Mar/11 Lead dog

Its really hard to find the holds on this route making it pretty much impossible to on sight but managed to work everything out eventually. Very annoying because holds keep snapping so keep having to find new beta. Next week its going to go down!

T ny ??/2010 -
gonggashan ?/Jul/06 Lead
with Dunc
Paul Robertson 05/May/06 Lead dog

Some warm-up. The start feels like hard Brit 6a.

Bux ?/Sep/05 Lead O/S
with Will
phsharpy ??/2005 Lead RP
with Pete Phillips
goi.ashmore 03/Jun/04 Lead RP
with Alice Howe
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