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Tom.Priestley 2 Sep, 2017 TR TR solo with a micro traxion for interest. Dirty, chossy, loose, no particularly interesting moves and just follows the line of least filth. If it had gear it'd be a 0 star HVS 5a. Bottom peg is not great but the other two look OK, clearly not been fallen on tho (knifeblades in sideways). Best done as one 40m pitch as there is no worthwhile belay, or go solo a 3* HVS.......
TR solo with a micro traxion for interest. Dirty, chossy, loose, no particularly interesting moves and just follows the line of least filth. If it had gear it'd be a 0 star HVS 5a. Bottom peg is not great but the other two look OK, clearly not been fallen on tho (knifeblades in sideways). Best done as one 40m pitch as there is no worthwhile belay, or go solo a 3* HVS.......
Misha 9 Sep, 2012 Lead O/S Adventure with a big A, starting with the crazy abseil off the giant 'rabbit hole'. An impressive place to climb out of, pity that the rubble from the giant rockfall has filled in the first 20m or so. The route now starts shortly below where the first belay would have been. Spent a while looking at it from the rim trying to figure out where it went and playing spot the pegs (without success). Then thought, what the hell, and abbed in. NOTE the crescent shaped overlap has collapsed on its left hand side (recently?), resulting in a worryingly loose section up and left from the first peg. Need to climb an arĂȘte that's been formed by the collapse, which has good holds but also some loose bits. The rock soon improved but the gear did not! Great climbing on mostly solid rock, not strenuous as it isn't steep but with a couple of hard 5a sections and the rest 4c & 5a. Requires very thoughtful climbing as the line isn't obvious, the rock looks fragile and the gear is spaced and not very confidence inspiring! Placed about 10 pieces including the 3 pegs but only really trusted a nut and a cam towards the top. Took just under 2 hours to lead, Phil seconded in 10-15 mins. Started raining within an hour of us topping out, phew! Just the one route today but worth it! E2 5a seems about right...
Adventure with a big A, starting with the crazy abseil off the giant 'rabbit hole'. An impressive place to climb out of, pity that the rubble from the giant rockfall has filled in the first 20m or so. The route now starts shortly below where the first belay would have been. Spent a while looking at it from the rim trying to figure out where it went and playing spot the pegs (without success). Then thought, what the hell, and abbed in. NOTE the crescent shaped overlap has collapsed on its left hand side (recently?), resulting in a worryingly loose section up and left from the first peg. Need to climb an arĂȘte that's been formed by the collapse, which has good holds but also some loose bits. The rock soon improved but the gear did not! Great climbing on mostly solid rock, not strenuous as it isn't steep but with a couple of hard 5a sections and the rest 4c & 5a. Requires very thoughtful climbing as the line isn't obvious, the rock looks fragile and the gear is spaced and not very confidence inspiring! Placed about 10 pieces including the 3 pegs but only really trusted a nut and a cam towards the top. Took just under 2 hours to lead, Phil seconded in 10-15 mins. Started raining within an hour of us topping out, phew! Just the one route today but worth it! E2 5a seems about right...
philhilo 9 Sep, 2012 2nd O/S Whoa - this ain't clipping in the Chee!Abseil in off the rabbit hole (hard earth). Stand on the giant rubble pile. Dodge the disintegrating bottom overhang. Bold lead from Misha, falling off not an option!
with Misha
Whoa - this ain't clipping in the Chee!Abseil in off the rabbit hole (hard earth). Stand on the giant rubble pile. Dodge the disintegrating bottom overhang. Bold lead from Misha, falling off not an option!
with Misha
Hidden 14 Aug, 2009 Lead O/S
climbingpixie 14 Aug, 2009 2nd Awesome route, wish I'd left it for a lead.
with Andy Hobson
Awesome route, wish I'd left it for a lead.
with Andy Hobson
Adam Long 15 Sep, 2007 - Approach as intimidating as the climbing. Loads of atmosphere - shame about the rockfall since.
with Steve Pack
Approach as intimidating as the climbing. Loads of atmosphere - shame about the rockfall since.
with Steve Pack
Boy ??, 2006 -
Okecroak 17 Aug, 2003 2nd Atmospheric!!
with I Butler
Atmospheric!!
with I Butler
Hidden ?Sep, 2001 Lead O/S
steveb2006 18 Aug, 1997 Lead Atmospheric
with Simon Mee
Atmospheric
with Simon Mee
Hidden 6 Sep, 1995 Lead
Hidden ??, 1995 2nd
ajtay ?Aug, 1992 -
with Colin Bostock Simon Parish Spanner
with Colin Bostock Simon Parish Spanner
Stoney Boy 18 Aug, 1990 2nd O/S
Alan James - UKC and UKH 18 Aug, 1990 Lead
Steve Bell ??, 1990 -
andy gittins ??, 1988 -
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