8m. The left arete and calcite wall , right of Housequake. Easy for the grade (in keeping with the other climbs hereabouts).

NB within the last year or so this piece of rock has been inspected and deemed unsuitable for bolting. Further assessments pending; in the meantime, it's your call - no guarantees!

A.Rosier, O.Burrows, R.McAllister, W.Calvert 27/Dec/2017

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jayjackson 26 Jul Show βeta
βeta: Starting hold now loose, can climb around it, but removal may destabilise quite a lot more...
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βeta: Starting hold now loose, can climb around it, but removal may destabilise quite a lot more...
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Kit Pannell 21 Sep Lead dog
Neil Tucker 7 Sep TR
with Richard Reynolds
with Richard Reynolds
CmSpencer 26 Jul -
Hidden 26 Jul Lead β
Hidden 30 Apr TR dog
ericinbristol 24 Apr Lead RP
Ben Cianchi 18 Apr Lead RP Second attempt today. Felt cruisy when we nailed the beta
Second attempt today. Felt cruisy when we nailed the beta
Ben Cianchi 6 Apr Lead dog Last climb of the day, all moves sorted now, just needs a go when fresh.
Last climb of the day, all moves sorted now, just needs a go when fresh.
Hidden 1 Jan Lead
bpmclimb 17 Jun, 2018 Lead β
PaulTclimbing 6 Apr, 2018 Lead rpt
with Didymus
with Didymus
Didymus 6 Apr, 2018 Lead RP Nice kneebar move off undercut
Nice kneebar move off undercut
cem 2 Apr, 2018 TR dog
with mskngch
with mskngch
mskngch 2 Apr, 2018 TR
with cem
with cem
bpmclimb 7 Jan, 2018 TR β Quick end-of-day look on toprope: seemed about 6c. To get established on the hanging face I did use a small sloping foothold at the base of the hanging groove on the left; also, higher up the face, I used a small crimp on the right, which I remember using for my right hand on The 51st State. Neither hold felt off-line, and if they are used (I'm sure most would), the route isn't entirely independent of its neighbours. Ok for a quick bit of fun, but not worth a star, IMO.
Quick end-of-day look on toprope: seemed about 6c. To get established on the hanging face I did use a small sloping foothold at the base of the hanging groove on the left; also, higher up the face, I used a small crimp on the right, which I remember using for my right hand on The 51st State. Neither hold felt off-line, and if they are used (I'm sure most would), the route isn't entirely independent of its neighbours. Ok for a quick bit of fun, but not worth a star, IMO.
W d c 27 Dec, 2017 Lead β
with Rob.M, Ollie B, Al Rosier
with Rob.M, Ollie B, Al Rosier
Hidden 27 Dec, 2017 Lead RP
Ollie B 27 Dec, 2017 Lead β Good moves onto and up the arete. Feels independent
with A.Rosier
Good moves onto and up the arete. Feels independent
with A.Rosier
Hidden 27 Dec, 2017 Lead
Tom Heslam ??, 2009 Lead rpt
with Ed Heslam
with Ed Heslam
Tom Heslam ??, 2008 Lead
with Ed Heslam
with Ed Heslam
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