Rockfax Description
12m. Layback the right arete to runners under the overhang then move round the arete and access the thin crack; climb this with difficulty. Excellent and with decent gear, after the start. © Rockfax

Hidden 07/Jul/16 Lead
Hidden 07/Jul/16 Lead RP
Hugobristol 01/Apr/16 Lead G/U
with Eleanor, munro
EC 01/Apr/16 -

Do not fall off boulder-problem-esque start because the result is a broken foot

with Munro, Hugo
Hidden ??/2016 -
robertmichaellovell 27/Jun/15 Lead

Pretty grubby, good route

with Shane, Tim, Sarah, Mark C
Tim Rodgers 27/Jun/15 2nd dog
TimG 25/Aug/13 TR dog

Very dirty climb. Spent a long time trying to find the right sequence for the crux (then cheated a fair bit to finish it)

with Paul
Nick Sillem ??/2013 Lead RP
clarky 05/Jun/10 2nd dog
Hidden 05/Jun/10 Lead
Woodiee 05/Jun/10 2nd rpt

awesome lead by oli... moves felt comfy on toprope

Hidden 26/Sep/09 Lead
Woodiee 12/Sep/09 TR RP

clean with 1 rest on the upper face - start slab/arete is techincal crux, top crack/wall on rhs is stamina crux :(

with Dave Wilberforce
Hidden 12/Sep/09 Lead dnf
Skinny Kin 12/Aug/09 TR dnf

Quite dirty. Should've cleaned it first. Typical Simonside dirt. Very tricky slopers near the top. Will be back to clean the pitch.

with Clare Galland
Hidden 24/May/09 Lead RP
Hidden 23/Apr/05 Lead dnf
mike fenwick ?/Jul/02 TR
allmag 12/Jun/92 Lead O/S

Both delicate and strenuous climbing. Chicken heads and ironstone inclusions for a high-stepping rock-over on the top wall. Great route.

Neil R 24/Aug/91 2nd
with Mark
Steve Crowe 18/Aug/91 Lead O/S

Great climbing , possibly worth E4 6a?

with KM
gme 01/Jan/90 -
Bruce Kerr 15/Apr/84 Lead
with Andy Cant
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