25m. No description has been contributed for this climb.

M J Crocker 27/Oct/1991

Ticklists: Classic UK F7s.


ClimberDateStyle
LITTLE SAM 09/Apr Lead RP

Had a session the week before. Will put all gear in and I had a burn. Couldn't come close to the crux. Will then fell after crux, so I was psyched for a go! Fell after crux, was pretty happy with that as a first red point. Came back a week later and got it first go after putting gear in. We took a load of pics and video so film to come :) !!

Billg 08/Apr Lead RP

Superb route. Not too bad with good beta. Nuts are good. 2nd session. 1RP

with Will Calvert
W d c 08/Apr Lead RP

Wild , amazing route. Third session. Two bolts on top of pedestal to ab in , two 10mm hangers removed.

with BILL G
Cole Robertson 02/Apr Lead dog

Great climb, though you feel like you're going to die! The nuts are good and the move to clip the peg is relatively easy (+1 Mike, and -1 Wye Climbing Guide). There's a long runner on a bolt (from Parasol?!) that you can extend further and clip if you traverse over, which adds a degree of extra safety, anyway. The stretch move right to the "finger rail" baffled me. Now I gotta come back for the RP!

Cailean Harker 13/Jun/13 Lead RP

Amazing climbing experience. Get on it. Feels really big, bold, and scary until you fall off and realise you are not going to die. BUZZING! Wouldn't be amiss at 7c+ in my book.

with Mike Goldthorp
Mike Goldthorp 13/Jun/13 Lead dog

WOW! A genuinely magnificent route! First experience on GO wall, one hell of an introduction! Mind-blowing, heart-stopping and arm-bursting! Needless to say I pumped off near the top on both burns. Back for round 2 very soon! Very hard 7c, felt more 7c+ for the hard crux, but maybe just the awesome exposure getting to me :-D (Also stigma about this being dangerous could be dispelled - its definitely adventurous sport, but the nut behind the block protects a (relatively) easy move to clip the next bolt, after which its all bolts, decent pegs, brilliant rock and wild climbing) Get on it!

drysori 08/Nov/09 Lead dog

Be careful with a couple of loose holds - one or two may be crucial. It's probably advisable to stick-clip the bolt above the first overhang, a fall onto a nut behind the block could end badly.

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