2 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The striking cracks in the towering wall. Sadly the approach pitch is far from classic but the final crack is worth the effort. Scramble up 30 feet to a good ledge below a short wall.
1) 5b, 30m. Harder and more demanding than it appears. Go up a short easy groove before moving left around the arete (start of The Cruise) to gain the corner on the left. Climb this until a stance and block belay (old tapes in place) can be reached on the left.
2) 5c, 36m. Move to the left and climb the crack in the corner. Where the crack divides, follow the left branch. At a small overhang, move left then step back right following cracks to the final offwidth. Layback or thrutch, it's your choice! © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Awesome route with a big man eating offwidth at the top. First pitch is worth E2 5b with tough moves and average gear. Second is also worth E2 5b up until the off width. There is a rest before the top, and you'll probably want to spend as long as possible on it.

Joe Brown

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peter.herd 13 Aug 2nd
with Guy S, Lou R
with Guy S, Lou R
Hidden 7 Aug AltLd O/S
LucaC 7 Aug AltLd P2.
P2.
Dan Arkle 14 Jul 2nd
Andy Peak 1 14 Jul Lead O/S Smegy but lots of fun! Unleashed the new bd 6
Smegy but lots of fun! Unleashed the new bd 6
neilmackie 13 Jul AltLd dnf fell and hit the ledge from the 5b starting corner
fell and hit the ledge from the 5b starting corner
Hidden 13 Jul 2nd dnf
Hidden 7 Jul AltLd dog
poeter210 7 Jul AltLd O/S P2, awesome route, juggy laybacks and then a desperate squirm to the top, offwidth required some cool balancy moves between leg bars, would not have touched it without the BD6
with druss
P2, awesome route, juggy laybacks and then a desperate squirm to the top, offwidth required some cool balancy moves between leg bars, would not have touched it without the BD6
with druss
Duncan Campbell 6 Jun Lead O/S Led both pitches. Felt massively intimidated due to my ineptitude at climbing offwidths and despite having a BD 6. Top offwidth can essentially be danced around with occasional arm bars to rest. Nice and probably E2 5b if you have a big cam?
Led both pitches. Felt massively intimidated due to my ineptitude at climbing offwidths and despite having a BD 6. Top offwidth can essentially be danced around with occasional arm bars to rest. Nice and probably E2 5b if you have a big cam?
James Oswald 6 Jun 2nd O/S Fun
Fun
GeorgT 19 May AltLd β Led pitch 1. Avoided initial crack after Sophie's warning. Used grassy ledges to attain first smaller ledge at bottom of 2nd corner crack. Solid lead by Sophie from France on pitch 2. Used camalot 6!
with BMC International Meet 2019
Led pitch 1. Avoided initial crack after Sophie's warning. Used grassy ledges to attain first smaller ledge at bottom of 2nd corner crack. Solid lead by Sophie from France on pitch 2. Used camalot 6!
with BMC International Meet 2019
soph 18 May Lead rpt
with olga Belotserkovskaya
with olga Belotserkovskaya
ferdia 12 May AltLd O/S No big cams. Disappointed it wasn't harder.
with Aggie Turlo
No big cams. Disappointed it wasn't harder.
with Aggie Turlo
eb202 20 Apr 2nd O/S Nice. P1 closer to 5b and fairly sustained laybacking in the first groove, including a big reach / lunge (for short) to a hollow flake. Easy, bold traverse followed by more laybacking to the stance. P2 more laybacking until the offwidth arrives, which is physical but not as difficult as it appears.
with Mike505
Nice. P1 closer to 5b and fairly sustained laybacking in the first groove, including a big reach / lunge (for short) to a hollow flake. Easy, bold traverse followed by more laybacking to the stance. P2 more laybacking until the offwidth arrives, which is physical but not as difficult as it appears.
with Mike505
Mike505 20 Apr Lead O/S Led both pitches, our book gave P1 5a but I'd agree with E1 5b on it's own probably. Starting the initial corner of P1 before the traverse left would be hard for the short and the thin flake used to start the corner may not be there forever. Our guide said follow the crack to start P2 which I did and then realised it must have meant the crack in the corner / groove to the left, lowered to the belay and went again. The top offwidth was a bit of fight but was thankfully over quickly (it swallowed my size 8 dragon whole, size 7 was too small).
with eb202
Led both pitches, our book gave P1 5a but I'd agree with E1 5b on it's own probably. Starting the initial corner of P1 before the traverse left would be hard for the short and the thin flake used to start the corner may not be there forever. Our guide said follow the crack to start P2 which I did and then realised it must have meant the crack in the corner / groove to the left, lowered to the belay and went again. The top offwidth was a bit of fight but was thankfully over quickly (it swallowed my size 8 dragon whole, size 7 was too small).
with eb202
Stanners 19 Apr Lead dnf You win some you lose some. Sensational climbing and hosted my biggest whipper to date taking a monster lob from 1-2 meters shy of the top (I attempted to lead P2). Totally sucked at negotiating the offwidth. I was too 50/50 between thrutching and laybacking I think, should of commited to laybacking in hindsight after seeing Colum cruise it on second. I gave it everything so with zero juice I pulled up my ropes and escaped rightwards avoiding the final offwidth after the whipper tantalisingly close from the top. Sketchy swing of death imminent if I balls’d up my improvised escape pitch on furry lichen flakes! What an experience. Always good to fall miles onto trad gear so hopefully I got something out of it! :D marked the end of a paradise trip to north wales. Bbq and beers at the llanberis lagoons afterwards before cruising back to reality the next day. New van’s maiden voyage a true success. Psyche Fire well stoked.
with Colum
You win some you lose some. Sensational climbing and hosted my biggest whipper to date taking a monster lob from 1-2 meters shy of the top (I attempted to lead P2). Totally sucked at negotiating the offwidth. I was too 50/50 between thrutching and laybacking I think, should of commited to laybacking in hindsight after seeing Colum cruise it on second. I gave it everything so with zero juice I pulled up my ropes and escaped rightwards avoiding the final offwidth after the whipper tantalisingly close from the top. Sketchy swing of death imminent if I balls’d up my improvised escape pitch on furry lichen flakes! What an experience. Always good to fall miles onto trad gear so hopefully I got something out of it! :D marked the end of a paradise trip to north wales. Bbq and beers at the llanberis lagoons afterwards before cruising back to reality the next day. New van’s maiden voyage a true success. Psyche Fire well stoked.
with Colum
BC 18 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S Led both pitches. Proper adventure and amazing position!
Led both pitches. Proper adventure and amazing position!
Ed Booth 17 May, 2018 AltLd O/S Led p2. Exciting up the offwidth.
Led p2. Exciting up the offwidth.
Hidden 17 May, 2018 AltLd O/S
Dave Turnbull, BMC 22 Apr, 2018 Lead rpt P1 only, damp, abbed off then it rained hard walking out.
with Kasia
P1 only, damp, abbed off then it rained hard walking out.
with Kasia
Al Evans ??, 2018 Lead Done more than once, both lead and seconded
with Jim Moran
Done more than once, both lead and seconded
with Jim Moran
Hidden 25 Aug, 2017 AltLd
Uisdean hawthorn 14 Jul, 2017 AltLd well good
well good
peter.herd 14 Jul, 2017 AltLd
Hidden 14 Jul, 2017 2nd O/S
Tubs 25 Jun, 2017 AltLd O/S Brilliant, with a lot of 5b climbing. Led P2. I found the final chimney easier than the rest of the pitch - I was expecting a Right Eliminate style horror but found standard thrutching. Controversially I thought the crux was getting up to the first belay. E2 5c, 5b for me.
with Dave M
Brilliant, with a lot of 5b climbing. Led P2. I found the final chimney easier than the rest of the pitch - I was expecting a Right Eliminate style horror but found standard thrutching. Controversially I thought the crux was getting up to the first belay. E2 5c, 5b for me.
with Dave M
Misha 24 Jun, 2017 AltLd O/S Not as bad as expected but I only seconded the main pitch. Steady crack climbing to a hands off knee bar rest followed by a few ok moves to another hands free knee bar rest, then the fun begins! There are holds in the offwidth and footholds on the edge so not too bad at all. 1 or 2 cam 4s and a cam 6 which can be shuffled up (no cam 5s). I led P1, which felt like a decent E1 5b.
with eszter
Not as bad as expected but I only seconded the main pitch. Steady crack climbing to a hands off knee bar rest followed by a few ok moves to another hands free knee bar rest, then the fun begins! There are holds in the offwidth and footholds on the edge so not too bad at all. 1 or 2 cam 4s and a cam 6 which can be shuffled up (no cam 5s). I led P1, which felt like a decent E1 5b.
with eszter
ellis 1 May, 2017 AltLd O/S
with Tom Holdsworth
with Tom Holdsworth
Hidden ??, 2017 -
Frank the Husky ??, 2017 -
beagly77 ??, 2017 -
Hidden 20 Sep, 2016 AltLd O/S
Hidden 20 Sep, 2016 AltLd O/S
James Oswald 14 Sep, 2016 Lead O/S Good route, despite the crap first pitch. The first pitch is loose and crap. The second pitch is steep and juggy, though not on Gogarth's best rock. The offwidth was brilliant - good gear before the crack gets really wide but I mostly face climbed it with a bit of chicken winging and knee jamming before a final squirm to the top. I took a size 4 camalot which was big enough for the lower part of the crack.
Good route, despite the crap first pitch. The first pitch is loose and crap. The second pitch is steep and juggy, though not on Gogarth's best rock. The offwidth was brilliant - good gear before the crack gets really wide but I mostly face climbed it with a bit of chicken winging and knee jamming before a final squirm to the top. I took a size 4 camalot which was big enough for the lower part of the crack.
jonleighton 18 Jul, 2016 AltLd dnf Did p1, then we bailed due to to intense sun!
with Adam Brown
Did p1, then we bailed due to to intense sun!
with Adam Brown
Mark Young 17 Jul, 2016 AltLd
with Stu
with Stu
JendeHoxar 11 Jul, 2016 AltLd O/S
with Ed F
with Ed F
Hidden 11 Jul, 2016 AltLd O/S
Flavio 2 Jul, 2016 AltLd O/S
Hidden 2 Jun, 2016 Lead dog
Andrew Wilson 8 May, 2016 AltLd dnf Matt led P1 easily. I took P2 which was great, the first part of the crack was brilliant. Got up to the off width section and threaded a chockstone which would be the last runner before the top (5-7m to go). We had nothing big enough for the crack higher up. I launched up the crack laying back to the right and got my hands within 6 inches of the top but the arête was rounded. There was a sharper fin set slightly further back from this but I could not get it. I tried to get a leg in but it was all too much and down I went. Pretty good airtime, 40ft or so. Will I try it again without a big cam?
with Matt Nuttall
Matt led P1 easily. I took P2 which was great, the first part of the crack was brilliant. Got up to the off width section and threaded a chockstone which would be the last runner before the top (5-7m to go). We had nothing big enough for the crack higher up. I launched up the crack laying back to the right and got my hands within 6 inches of the top but the arête was rounded. There was a sharper fin set slightly further back from this but I could not get it. I tried to get a leg in but it was all too much and down I went. Pretty good airtime, 40ft or so. Will I try it again without a big cam?
with Matt Nuttall
mattnuttall 8 May, 2016 AltLd dnf Erm... Ye... Andy took a scary 50footer backwards headfirst from the very top of the crag onto a sling on a chockstone low down... Think he relaxed a bit before he should have done and foot popped. Rope wrapped round legs flipped him. Ruined my toe being launched off belay as had no boots on. Abbed for gear. An experience all round!
Erm... Ye... Andy took a scary 50footer backwards headfirst from the very top of the crag onto a sling on a chockstone low down... Think he relaxed a bit before he should have done and foot popped. Rope wrapped round legs flipped him. Ruined my toe being launched off belay as had no boots on. Abbed for gear. An experience all round!
harvie ??, 2016 2nd
mike mo ??, 2016 -
Hidden ??, 2016 -
Twid Turner ??, 2016 -
stemill 4 Oct, 2015 2nd dog
with Mike Buddle
with Mike Buddle
john lynch 29 Aug, 2015 Lead O/S Didn't know what we'd done till we got down, good adventure with no big gear!
Didn't know what we'd done till we got down, good adventure with no big gear!
Bethan May Davies 29 Aug, 2015 2nd
pete johnson 28 Aug, 2015 AltLd rpt
with Chris Parkin
with Chris Parkin
Rachel Slater 15 Aug, 2015 AltLd O/S P2. Honestly didn't find the offwidth any harder than the rest of it (where I overgripped loads). Mostly climbed it face on without going inside or laybacking, which felt pretty natural.
P2. Honestly didn't find the offwidth any harder than the rest of it (where I overgripped loads). Mostly climbed it face on without going inside or laybacking, which felt pretty natural.
tim newton 15 Aug, 2015 AltLd rpt
robpartridge 15 Aug, 2015 AltLd O/S
with Dave Garry
with Dave Garry
markalmack 4 Jul, 2015 Lead O/S Lead p2. Exciting at the top.
with little tom
Lead p2. Exciting at the top.
with little tom
Hidden 4 Jul, 2015 AltLd O/S
Albachoss 27 Jun, 2015 AltLd dog Dogged P1, seconded the main show clean
with Dougie
Dogged P1, seconded the main show clean
with Dougie
dswansonlow 27 Jun, 2015 Lead O/S Great route. Very intimidated by the guide book descriptions but wasn't too bad. the 1st pitch was harder than expected. The second pitch was a brilliant romp on jugs with good gear and then run out through the offwidth, but it'd be hard to fall out...
with Alex Banks
Great route. Very intimidated by the guide book descriptions but wasn't too bad. the 1st pitch was harder than expected. The second pitch was a brilliant romp on jugs with good gear and then run out through the offwidth, but it'd be hard to fall out...
with Alex Banks
mike lawrence? 23 Jun, 2015 AltLd Lead top pitch
Lead top pitch
Hidden 21 Jun, 2015 AltLd O/S
Mike_Hayes 21 Jun, 2015 AltLd O/S 1st pitch 5c
with Duncan Barrack
1st pitch 5c
with Duncan Barrack
Hidden 7 Jun, 2015 AltLd O/S
Ed morris 7 Jun, 2015 AltLd O/S
WB 16 May, 2015 AltLd O/S Cool route. Planned on laybacking the arete, but once up there, i buried myself in the crack. Awesome.
with GuyM
Cool route. Planned on laybacking the arete, but once up there, i buried myself in the crack. Awesome.
with GuyM
MischaHY 29 Apr, 2015 2nd O/S Hardcore. Caff made it look piss, of course. Will be back.
with Joe Heeley
Hardcore. Caff made it look piss, of course. Will be back.
with Joe Heeley
Ewan Russell 19 Apr, 2015 AltLd O/S p2
with Tom Nichols
p2
with Tom Nichols
phil64 ??, 2015 -
dan ely ??, 2015 AltLd O/S i expected the worst and found it quite pleasent
with dave chew
i expected the worst and found it quite pleasent
with dave chew
Ralfy 14 Sep, 2014 AltLd O/S Fantastic second pitch which pushes you up further than with good looking rests. 3 sections of long crack climbing(lay backing) steep making it only semi rests. The final off width looks short and easy. Looks are deceiving, technical 5c. I struggled with the last moves then started pissing blood from my finger. Shoved myself in the crack and placed some dodgy gear before making the final move/reach to finish. When pirouetting on the one foot hold on the edge of the crack I decided to relax by taking in the view... special moment followed by pain, panic and blood. Awesome from beginning to end.
with Neil
Fantastic second pitch which pushes you up further than with good looking rests. 3 sections of long crack climbing(lay backing) steep making it only semi rests. The final off width looks short and easy. Looks are deceiving, technical 5c. I struggled with the last moves then started pissing blood from my finger. Shoved myself in the crack and placed some dodgy gear before making the final move/reach to finish. When pirouetting on the one foot hold on the edge of the crack I decided to relax by taking in the view... special moment followed by pain, panic and blood. Awesome from beginning to end.
with Neil
NeilGriffiths 14 Sep, 2014 AltLd Crackin' route. Phil led top pitch leaking a little of himself behind.
with Phil Ralfs
Crackin' route. Phil led top pitch leaking a little of himself behind.
with Phil Ralfs
morganator 7 Aug, 2014 2nd O/S Great route. Would be better as a single pitch
with Dan Arkle
Great route. Would be better as a single pitch
with Dan Arkle
will9911 16 Jun, 2014 Lead O/S
with Tony Madden
with Tony Madden
Swotson 15 Jun, 2014 2nd O/S Steep, sustained and an offwidth I really had to fight with. But....managed to second it clean. Andy led it really well. Full body workout!
with Andy Brown
Steep, sustained and an offwidth I really had to fight with. But....managed to second it clean. Andy led it really well. Full body workout!
with Andy Brown
Hidden ?May, 2014 -
Al Evans ??, 2014 -
with Jim Moran
with Jim Moran
Simon Allcock 21 Aug, 2013 AltLd O/S I led 1st pitch
with Wilki
I led 1st pitch
with Wilki
Ramon Marin 29 Jun, 2013 AltLd O/S Tom lead the crux, offwidth felt desperate
with Tom le fanu
Tom lead the crux, offwidth felt desperate
with Tom le fanu
Derek Ryden 5 Jun, 2013 AltLd O/S First pitch E1/2 5b
with Pete Johnson
First pitch E1/2 5b
with Pete Johnson
tim newton 16 May, 2013 AltLd O/S Had to have a lie down at the top I was so knackered after the fight in the offwidth. Just what I'd hoped for. Stu made it look so easy on second...and I was just looking forward to having a good chuckle at him. Aah well, can't have everything!
Had to have a lie down at the top I was so knackered after the fight in the offwidth. Just what I'd hoped for. Stu made it look so easy on second...and I was just looking forward to having a good chuckle at him. Aah well, can't have everything!
Dan Arkle ??, 2012 Lead
Stone Idle ??, 2012 -
Alex Mason 1 Sep, 2011 AltLd O/S Led P1 (E2 5b). Offwidth at top is more like E4 without big cams imo.
with George Ullrich
Led P1 (E2 5b). Offwidth at top is more like E4 without big cams imo.
with George Ullrich
belay bunny turned bad 17 Aug, 2011 AltLd O/S
with loundsy
with loundsy
Hidden 17 Aug, 2011 AltLd O/S
Dizz 23 Jul, 2011 2nd Excellent. Was clean despite the welded wires until the final two metres two far of the route :-)
Excellent. Was clean despite the welded wires until the final two metres two far of the route :-)
dannyboy83 7 Jul, 2011 Lead O/S
jacobjlloyd 7 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S Led the first pitch, Dan took the crux. Another gogarth classic that puts a smile on your face!
Led the first pitch, Dan took the crux. Another gogarth classic that puts a smile on your face!
Dave Turnbull, BMC 2 Jul, 2011 AltLd rpt
with Frank Ramsey
with Frank Ramsey
frank ramsay 2 Jul, 2011 Lead Offwidth gets harder as you go up. Very nervous squirming to reach the top with gear a long way below (no big cams). Found it a real tussle. Dave seconded it like it was a V Diff.
with Dave Turnbull
Offwidth gets harder as you go up. Very nervous squirming to reach the top with gear a long way below (no big cams). Found it a real tussle. Dave seconded it like it was a V Diff.
with Dave Turnbull
centurion05 1 Jun, 2011 AltLd O/S Such a good route, first pitch is way harder than 5a with average gear. Second pitch is brilliant sustained layback with great gear, then top off width is a battle but good! I started laybacking the offwidth until I was half way up and terrified, then tried to shuffle up my cam, which I couldn't reach. Topped out with holes in my jeans and blood dripping from my ankles! Three star route.
with The Reverend
Such a good route, first pitch is way harder than 5a with average gear. Second pitch is brilliant sustained layback with great gear, then top off width is a battle but good! I started laybacking the offwidth until I was half way up and terrified, then tried to shuffle up my cam, which I couldn't reach. Topped out with holes in my jeans and blood dripping from my ankles! Three star route.
with The Reverend
Hidden 19 May, 2011 AltLd
Dave Rumney 16 May, 2011 AltLd
with Dennis Wong
with Dennis Wong
Hidden 3 Apr, 2011 AltLd O/S
frost 3 Apr, 2011 AltLd O/S
with Pete H, Adam
with Pete H, Adam
zero six ?Apr, 2011 AltLd O/S
halfmanhalfbiscuit ?Apr, 2011 Lead O/S Lead first pitch. The top pitch is best enjoyed by laybacking, on the second.
Lead first pitch. The top pitch is best enjoyed by laybacking, on the second.
bigie bob 19 Mar, 2011 AltLd O/S
Pete Graham 5 Mar, 2011 AltLd
with Rick Graham
with Rick Graham
Hidden ??, 2011 -
GeoffG ??, 2011 -
Hidden ??, 2011 -
Hidden ??, 2011 -
Jack Geldard ??, 2011 -
Marcus ??, 2011 -
Hidden ??, 2011 -
dan gibson 5 Jul, 2010 Lead O/S
with nick bullock
with nick bullock
MikePycroft 16 May, 2010 AltLd O/S Strugle on a big crack. Firts pitch was challenging, Chris, hard & serious for 5a!. Not sure the big cam helped with the crack tock a long while to top out. Good but don't need to do it again.
with Chris P
Strugle on a big crack. Firts pitch was challenging, Chris, hard & serious for 5a!. Not sure the big cam helped with the crack tock a long while to top out. Good but don't need to do it again.
with Chris P
soph 1 Jan, 2010 -
Steve Long ??, 2010 -
Hidden 6 Dec, 2009 AltLd
david morse 9 Aug, 2009 AltLd Led direct start on pitch 1 (this is never "5a") probably E2 5c, managed pitch 2 clean, just! Stunning route
with Steve
Led direct start on pitch 1 (this is never "5a") probably E2 5c, managed pitch 2 clean, just! Stunning route
with Steve
miastacey 2 May, 2009 2nd
with Bob Smith
with Bob Smith
Toby Dunn 10 Apr, 2009 Lead O/S
with Tom Randall
with Tom Randall
DavidEvans ?Mar, 2009 2nd Led Pitch 1
Led Pitch 1
Adam Ellwood ?Mar, 2009 Lead O/S
stevebarratt ??, 2009 AltLd O/S Levittator in upper crack. One of the best moments of realisation I've had in climbing.
Levittator in upper crack. One of the best moments of realisation I've had in climbing.
William Robertson ??, 2009 Lead O/S Good old fashioned stuff. Neededd those big Friends though.
with Steve Wilson
Good old fashioned stuff. Neededd those big Friends though.
with Steve Wilson
geoff b 20 Sep, 2008 AltLd
pete johnson 20 Sep, 2008 Lead
with geoff b
with geoff b
geoff b 19 Aug, 2008 AltLd Why did I do this again?
Why did I do this again?
Stephen Horne - Rockfax 13 Jul, 2008 Lead O/S
tigertiger ??, 2008 -
Al Evans ??, 2008 -
tuftynick ??, 2008 -
Marcus ??, 2008 -
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing ??, 2008 AltLd At the time I only took Calum out to climb cracks because he wasn't very good at them. It would suffice to say that he has the edge these days...
with Calum Muskett
At the time I only took Calum out to climb cracks because he wasn't very good at them. It would suffice to say that he has the edge these days...
with Calum Muskett
Rich Kirby 6 Jun, 2007 AltLd The start of a great day on Gogarth.
with Craig Smith
The start of a great day on Gogarth.
with Craig Smith
Brown 2 Jun, 2007 AltLd O/S
with Henry
with Henry
pete johnson 29 Apr, 2007 Lead
with Kevin Sales
with Kevin Sales
nige 16 Sep, 2006 AltLd
with mark hounslea
with mark hounslea
Hidden ??, 2006 -
simon kimber ?Aug, 2005 Lead dnf
with Chris Stirling
with Chris Stirling
Tom Briggs ??, 2005 -
Hidden ??, 2004 -
Hidden 7 Aug, 2003 Lead
Hidden ?May, 2002 Lead O/S
TimJM ?May, 2001 AltLd Dave Reynolds lead the difficult pitch. Layback on wide crack at the top the best approach.
with Dave Reynolds
Dave Reynolds lead the difficult pitch. Layback on wide crack at the top the best approach.
with Dave Reynolds
sadams 28 May, 2000 2nd
with Tom Briggs
with Tom Briggs
Hidden 10 Jul, 1999 Lead O/S
Hidden ?Jul, 1999 AltLd O/S
JulesV ??, 1999 Lead O/S
Hidden 18 Apr, 1997 AltLd
Dave Musgrove Jnr 30 Mar, 1997 Lead O/S
with Olly Metherall, Jon Sykes
with Olly Metherall, Jon Sykes
phardman ??, 1997 -
michael burrows 14 Apr, 1995 AltLd rpt not off width
with richard parry
not off width
with richard parry
keefe ??, 1995 -
Glenn Sutcliffe ??, 1995 -
with keefe
with keefe
Hidden 13 Aug, 1994 Lead O/S
mattnuttall 23 Jun, 1993 Lead O/S Gripper! No gear near big enough for the offwidth...
with Alan Holden
Gripper! No gear near big enough for the offwidth...
with Alan Holden
Campbell42 12 Sep, 1992 Lead O/S
with Barry Roberts
with Barry Roberts
Bob 6 May, 1991 2nd O/S Did it in one pitch. The hardest moves are on the wall at about half height - the offwidth section is easy :-)
with D. Lampard
Did it in one pitch. The hardest moves are on the wall at about half height - the offwidth section is easy :-)
with D. Lampard
geoff b 30 Jul, 1990 AltLd Scary, crap rock on P1 followed by bizarre P2: good value!
with Paul Donnithorne
Scary, crap rock on P1 followed by bizarre P2: good value!
with Paul Donnithorne
keefe ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
Seymore Butt ??, 1990 Lead
with Spuz
with Spuz
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
michael burrows 18 Jul, 1989 AltLd O/S took the escape
with karl harrison, steve ward
took the escape
with karl harrison, steve ward
Hidden 17 Jun, 1989 Lead
Hidden ??, 1989 Lead O/S
steveb2006 17 Sep, 1988 Lead Chris leads first pitch. Arm wedge my way up the top pitch.
with Chris Grafton
Chris leads first pitch. Arm wedge my way up the top pitch.
with Chris Grafton
Hidden 5 Apr, 1988 Lead O/S
andybirtwistle 5 Aug, 1987 AltLd
with Ian Kyle
with Ian Kyle
William Robertson ??, 1987 Lead O/S
with Emily, Steve, Shaun etc
with Emily, Steve, Shaun etc
andy gittins ??, 1985 -
Hidden ??, 1985 -
Hidden ??, 1985 AltLd
Dave Musgrove 29 Aug, 1982 AltLd
with Mike Butler
with Mike Butler
uphillnow 29 May, 1981 2nd Later lead the route (1984)
with john stanger
Later lead the route (1984)
with john stanger
duncan ?Mar, 1981 AltLd O/S
with Simon Reed
with Simon Reed
Hidden 29 Nov, 1980 Lead
Hidden 28 Jun, 1980 AltLd
cenotaphcorner 25 May, 1980 Lead O/S
with Mick Gardiner
with Mick Gardiner
Marcus ??, 1980 -
daviesxxx ??, 1980 Lead O/S
Marcus ??, 1980 -
Marcus ??, 1980 -
Marcus ??, 1980 -
Mike Owen 3 Jun, 1979 2nd O/S Hated the top crack.... but glad not to be on the sharp end!
with Tom Jones
Hated the top crack.... but glad not to be on the sharp end!
with Tom Jones
Hidden ??, 1978 Lead O/S
granitbahn ??, 1978 AltLd
Paula Hamilton-Gibson ?Apr, 1977 2nd
with Dorothy Bogg, John Bogg
with Dorothy Bogg, John Bogg
Steve Lewis 31 Jul, 1976 AltLd O/S
with sharpie
with sharpie
clanger ??, 1976 -
with Keith Bostram
with Keith Bostram
petemeads ?Jul, 1975 Lead O/S The final offwidth proved troublesome but nevertheless we prevailed. Useful experience for Yosemite!
with Mick Brady
The final offwidth proved troublesome but nevertheless we prevailed. Useful experience for Yosemite!
with Mick Brady
Rick51 29 May, 1974 AltLd
mikej 12 Sep, 1969 AltLd
with Bill Church
with Bill Church
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