Very serious with out the peg, rp's can be used to decorate your rope to inspire upward movement,

Climbed without the peg but not at its original grade, aproach as E3(SB)

Macca_7 25/Jun/11 2nd O/S

Difficult moves all the way until you rock onto the slab for the crux of Flying Circus. Hard to climb and hard to protect pleased to do it clean after my failings on Watergate!

with Stu Bradbury
Hidden 03/Jun/10 TR β
supadupa ?/Jun/10 Lead dnf

My lead attempt ended in a long lob, once the wall blanked out at the small roof where there was absolutely no semblance of gear to be had. I'd already attempted to reach R around the arete. Fell onto my belayer (sorry Pete) when foot popped suddenly, though I'd already given a max effort and was pumped stupid by then. Needs the peg back! Prob a very unfriendly E3 6a now & very strenuous placing the gear to make it as safe as it was. A fall if you made it around the arete and were unable to place gear in time, would leave you with an even worse situation; a long sideways lob, smacking into the rock probably.. BTW there is a stuck RP in situ ready for the taking - just needs a hammer & nut key to remove it....

Mark Kemball 10/Apr/06 2nd

Backed off leading it - the peg mentioned in the guide is no longer there, possibly more like E3

with Nic Dill
Mark Kemball ??/1995 2nd
Jah 13/Jul/85 -

Ended up being much harder than expected.

with T. Sawyer, Mick fowler
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