180m, 5 pitches.

Rockfax Description
II, 190m. A wonderful route which finds a way through some big country at a very amenable grade. Combining this with the one of the routes higher on the Peigne makes for a fantastic long day of granite rock climbing. If climbed on its own it is still more than worthwhile and gives a few hours of high mountain ambience with very little commitment. Start at the right-hand end of a slab at the foot of a line of ring bolts, 5m to the right of some older, black bolts.
1) 4b. Climb the slab, past the ring bolts, then step right and follow easier ground to a belay on a small ledge, 5m to the left of a chimney system and below a crack.
2) 4c. Follow the crack up into a corner and then climb this to a semi-hanging belay beneath an overlap.
3) 4c. Climb the crack directly above the belay to go through and overlap after 5m. Above the overlap, follow flakes out rightwards to a blunt arête. Continue up this via some slabby crack climbing to a spike belay on a large sloping ledge in a notch. There is a bolted belay 3m up and left of the ledge but the stance is nowhere near as comfortable so stick a sling around the spike to belay and use the bolted anchor as the first runner on the next pitch.
4) 5b. Head up the left-leaning corner-crack above the belay and then, where this ends, go straight up steeper ground. After 5m of steep rock the angle kicks back and leads leftwards to a belay beneath low-angled, broken ground.
5) 3c. Climb the broken slabby ground to join the Papillons Arête.
Descent - It is possible to abseil Les Lepidoptères but a much more enjoyable option is to climb the final two pitches of the Papillons Arête and descend from the end of this by making a 25m abseil down a steep corner on the south side of the Papillons Arête to reach the Papillons Couloir. From the top of Les Lepidotères you can also pass over onto the south side of the ridge to an bolted anchor 10m down and left, and make 2 x 25m abseils into the Papillons Couloir a little further down. Once in the couloir, descend the Peigne Normal Route by scrambling and one further abseil.
The obvious downside of this descent is that you will need to carry your rucksacks up and over the route, but it makes the day much more of an adventure. © Rockfax

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Webster 14 Aug Show βeta
βeta: hard to find the start of the route in poor vis with bolts everywhere and all ledges looking the same. we finnaly found it and there is now an excavated bivy ledge right below the line of hard to spot ring bolts, your welcome!
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βeta: hard to find the start of the route in poor vis with bolts everywhere and all ledges looking the same. we finnaly found it and there is now an excavated bivy ledge right below the line of hard to spot ring bolts, your welcome!
iainJ 11 Jul Show βeta
βeta: Take a rack - small nuts and cams especially useful. Bolts are non existent for most of the route and spaced where they are, mainly on the lower pitches. Route starts just to the right of where 'Verdon' is Written on the rock. Right turning is more than the 50m rockfax suggests after the 4a pitch on the approach.Halfs essential if abbing, 60's recommended but could do on 50s.
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βeta: Take a rack - small nuts and cams especially useful. Bolts are non existent for most of the route and spaced where they are, mainly on the lower pitches. Route starts just to the right of where 'Verdon' is Written on the rock. Right turning is more than the 50m rockfax suggests after the 4a pitch on the approach.Halfs essential if abbing, 60's recommended but could do on 50s.
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Webster 14 Aug AltLd probably only climbed about a pitch and a half of the true line, but it is somewhat contrived. we spent most of the time in the obvious grove/crack system about 2m to the right. carried full bivy kit after a bivy at the base and an attempt on the peigne
probably only climbed about a pitch and a half of the true line, but it is somewhat contrived. we spent most of the time in the obvious grove/crack system about 2m to the right. carried full bivy kit after a bivy at the base and an attempt on the peigne
Johnathan 7 Aug AltLd O/S Don't let the sketchy approach ruin your headgame!
Don't let the sketchy approach ruin your headgame!
Phil_Brock 4 Aug AltLd O/S Not much snow so did walk in using approach shoes. Soloed 4a corner. Two teams ahead of us on the route who were very slow so waited for ages at first belay for route to clear. 4c pitches feel as hard as 5b pitch (short layback section) in rock shoes. Abbed off from top of papillons rather than going to summit as.waiting for other teams had slowed us down. Easy descent.
Not much snow so did walk in using approach shoes. Soloed 4a corner. Two teams ahead of us on the route who were very slow so waited for ages at first belay for route to clear. 4c pitches feel as hard as 5b pitch (short layback section) in rock shoes. Abbed off from top of papillons rather than going to summit as.waiting for other teams had slowed us down. Easy descent.
alexanv 1 Aug Lead
Ashley King 31 Jul Lead O/S Bit of a mare at the start of the route. Short roped the 4a pitch. And started climbing in 2 2’s. Our second 2 decided they didn’t want to lead anymore so belayed them all up pitch 2. Then they decided to turn back so ab’d off. Was mostly fine after that. 5b pitch didn’t feel the hardest I thought. Then finished the final 2 pitches of papillons and descended as for that. Descent too an hour and a half.
with adawson
Bit of a mare at the start of the route. Short roped the 4a pitch. And started climbing in 2 2’s. Our second 2 decided they didn’t want to lead anymore so belayed them all up pitch 2. Then they decided to turn back so ab’d off. Was mostly fine after that. 5b pitch didn’t feel the hardest I thought. Then finished the final 2 pitches of papillons and descended as for that. Descent too an hour and a half.
with adawson
adawson 31 Jul AltLd O/S Led the first and last pitches and then the final two pitches on the Papillon arête (semi moving together but with a long rope), bit of a faff at the start with Alasdair and Duncan bailing from the the 2nd pitch, the 4c pitches felt the hardest and hard for the grade but overall a very enjoyable day, in the cloud for a lot of the day with the odd sunnier spell and glimpses of the view, the descent was a little sketchy at times and took longer than expected
Led the first and last pitches and then the final two pitches on the Papillon arête (semi moving together but with a long rope), bit of a faff at the start with Alasdair and Duncan bailing from the the 2nd pitch, the 4c pitches felt the hardest and hard for the grade but overall a very enjoyable day, in the cloud for a lot of the day with the odd sunnier spell and glimpses of the view, the descent was a little sketchy at times and took longer than expected
Alasdair Robertson 30 Jul AltLd dnf Exposure on the walk-in made us a bit spooked. Pitching the 4a chimney on the way in felt the right thing to do. Tricky to find the start. Adam and Ash went first then I led the first pitch with Duncan. Joined Adam at the belay and after bringing Duncan up, got Ash to bring me and Adam up on twin ropes. Duncan and I decided we weren't feeling confident enough so we abbed off and sat watching marmots instead.
Exposure on the walk-in made us a bit spooked. Pitching the 4a chimney on the way in felt the right thing to do. Tricky to find the start. Adam and Ash went first then I led the first pitch with Duncan. Joined Adam at the belay and after bringing Duncan up, got Ash to bring me and Adam up on twin ropes. Duncan and I decided we weren't feeling confident enough so we abbed off and sat watching marmots instead.
rurp 23 Jul Lead Midi at 3pm. Bailed from top pitch 6pm. Hot hot hot. Bivi at the plan.
with ben rowland
Midi at 3pm. Bailed from top pitch 6pm. Hot hot hot. Bivi at the plan.
with ben rowland
Jack Manfredi 8 Jul AltLd Useful alternative if Papillons is busy
with Dad
Useful alternative if Papillons is busy
with Dad
iainJ 5 Jul Lead O/S Cool route, really continuous climbing. A bit run out low down. Tried to get the 9am lift, but couldn't get up 'till half 11 ish. Abbed down the route.
Cool route, really continuous climbing. A bit run out low down. Tried to get the 9am lift, but couldn't get up 'till half 11 ish. Abbed down the route.
SophieWalker 5 Jul 2nd
with iainJ
with iainJ
vitaj 4 Jul AltLd β
Alfrede ?Jul AltLd
with Allan
with Allan
Hidden 30 Jun AltLd
Pero 30 Jun AltLd Plus last two pitches of Papillon
Plus last two pitches of Papillon
James Milton 30 Jun AltLd O/S
with GGD
with GGD
Sam Huguet 27 Jun AltLd O/S Cool route! The approach required crampons and an axe to be comfortable and safe on the snow slope. After that, there's a loaaad of broken ground and exposed scrambling to get to the base of the route. Follow the sub-optimal path and you'll eventually get there. The route itself is great sun. Belays are bolted but you'll need a full trad rack. After the route, we bivied above Le Plan lift, then walked to L'M the next morning to do the Petit Chamoz traverse. We got there super late though, so bailed off the route and walked down. Also, we forgot the rope, and had to go up again to retrieve it. Altogether, it took 5 hours to get back into the valley, by which point busses had all stopped.
with James Wheeler
Cool route! The approach required crampons and an axe to be comfortable and safe on the snow slope. After that, there's a loaaad of broken ground and exposed scrambling to get to the base of the route. Follow the sub-optimal path and you'll eventually get there. The route itself is great sun. Belays are bolted but you'll need a full trad rack. After the route, we bivied above Le Plan lift, then walked to L'M the next morning to do the Petit Chamoz traverse. We got there super late though, so bailed off the route and walked down. Also, we forgot the rope, and had to go up again to retrieve it. Altogether, it took 5 hours to get back into the valley, by which point busses had all stopped.
with James Wheeler
RoryBryson 27 Jun 2nd
Hidden 27 Jun Lead
Harryblake 26 Jun 2nd β
with Alastair Graves
with Alastair Graves
bowlingj 26 Jun 2nd O/S
JohnHartley 26 Jun Lead O/S A quality route that escapes the baking heat of a Chamonix heatwave.
A quality route that escapes the baking heat of a Chamonix heatwave.
JohnHartley 26 Jun Lead O/S A quality route that escapes the baking heat of a Chamonix heatwave.
A quality route that escapes the baking heat of a Chamonix heatwave.
themattyshep 25 Jun Lead O/S Lead all the pitches, corner is a nice piece of rock for day one of the trip.
Lead all the pitches, corner is a nice piece of rock for day one of the trip.
Hidden 25 Jun Lead O/S
Hidden 31 May -
Richardlake 23 Sep, 2018 AltLd O/S P2 & P4 - Three teams all did P2 differently, each persons guide having a unique, poor description of the pitch. The variation we did was no 4c. P3 and P4 are wicked, though more like 5a for both. Abseiled off after fourth pitch as running out of time for the lift. The lower two pitches were a little dirty and slimy - smearing on moss on granite is hard / scary.
P2 & P4 - Three teams all did P2 differently, each persons guide having a unique, poor description of the pitch. The variation we did was no 4c. P3 and P4 are wicked, though more like 5a for both. Abseiled off after fourth pitch as running out of time for the lift. The lower two pitches were a little dirty and slimy - smearing on moss on granite is hard / scary.
will_lake 23 Sep, 2018 AltLd
oliverk 22 Sep, 2018 AltLd O/S
with Zoe
with Zoe
Hidden 18 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S
Hidden 13 Aug, 2018 AltLd O/S
Hidden 13 Aug, 2018 AltLd
TomGB 12 Aug, 2018 AltLd Had an epic. Route isn't easy to find and as usual Rockfax is useless. Did the first pitch ok and then when eyeing up the second some bloke came up behind us saying he'd done it before and told us where to go. Turned out he was talking out his arse and we ended up on some gnarly stuff I couldn't lead. Fortunately, there were people about and I could shout for a rope from above. Got back on route for the last pitch after mega faff. Continued on the last two pitches of papillons arete which were really nice. Pretty long and involved descent so keep wits about you.
Had an epic. Route isn't easy to find and as usual Rockfax is useless. Did the first pitch ok and then when eyeing up the second some bloke came up behind us saying he'd done it before and told us where to go. Turned out he was talking out his arse and we ended up on some gnarly stuff I couldn't lead. Fortunately, there were people about and I could shout for a rope from above. Got back on route for the last pitch after mega faff. Continued on the last two pitches of papillons arete which were really nice. Pretty long and involved descent so keep wits about you.
crazy_wolf_girl 12 Aug, 2018 2nd O/S 6 pitch trad routes in the Chamonix Aiguilles, with abseils and snowfields on the way down. The people behind were having trouble so Dad through a rope down to them
6 pitch trad routes in the Chamonix Aiguilles, with abseils and snowfields on the way down. The people behind were having trouble so Dad through a rope down to them
gooberman-hill 12 Aug, 2018 Lead Nice route - crux probably UK 5b. Well equipped with gear. Can ab into the Peigne couloir in one on a 70m rope. Eve's first rock route in the Chamonix Aiguilles
Nice route - crux probably UK 5b. Well equipped with gear. Can ab into the Peigne couloir in one on a 70m rope. Eve's first rock route in the Chamonix Aiguilles
CameronH 9 Aug, 2018 AltLd
with Josh Abrahams
with Josh Abrahams
Hidden 27 Jul, 2018 AltLd
nathanjmasters 26 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S
tompilgrem 13 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S
bobpilgrem 13 Jul, 2018 AltLd Great route - finished up Pappillons Arete .
with Tom
Great route - finished up Pappillons Arete .
with Tom
DaveThexton 13 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S unintentionally sandbagged Jen with the crux but she cruised it anyway.
unintentionally sandbagged Jen with the crux but she cruised it anyway.
tradisrad 10 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S Theo led the crux and I led a couple of easier pitches. Great route, my first on granite and trusting the feet was difficult!
with tghayne
Theo led the crux and I led a couple of easier pitches. Great route, my first on granite and trusting the feet was difficult!
with tghayne
alasdaircavaye 4 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S Lift was late, got slightly lost on approach. First 3 pitches quite hard with protection often spaced. Climbing really suited myvstyle with slabby cracks providing entertainment. 5b pitch was the best ans not very scary. Decent via downclimbing and absail ovrr the other side. Found a belay point to ab off the rock onto the glacier around the bergschrund. Ran down hill to get 5:50 lift. Probably one of the best climbs I have done.
Lift was late, got slightly lost on approach. First 3 pitches quite hard with protection often spaced. Climbing really suited myvstyle with slabby cracks providing entertainment. 5b pitch was the best ans not very scary. Decent via downclimbing and absail ovrr the other side. Found a belay point to ab off the rock onto the glacier around the bergschrund. Ran down hill to get 5:50 lift. Probably one of the best climbs I have done.
FloWallace 4 Jul, 2018 AltLd First crack route- found it tough, but the crux was fantastic.
First crack route- found it tough, but the crux was fantastic.
planetmarshall 2 Jul, 2018 AltLd
James Gordon ?Jul, 2018 -
Jack93 8 Sep, 2017 AltLd dog
Remyveness 8 Sep, 2017 AltLd Planned to summit the Peigne, but slow climbing combined with cues on the papillon arrete meant we abbed down the papillon couloir. Second pitch felt like the crux as the gear is small and the feat at thin entering the crack (Thankfully Jacks lead!)
with Jack93
Planned to summit the Peigne, but slow climbing combined with cues on the papillon arrete meant we abbed down the papillon couloir. Second pitch felt like the crux as the gear is small and the feat at thin entering the crack (Thankfully Jacks lead!)
with Jack93
Christine 29 Aug, 2017 AltLd O/S
with Luke gorman
with Luke gorman
Siongethinhill 2 Aug, 2017 Lead O/S
with Adam Martin
with Adam Martin
Petarghh 2 Aug, 2017 AltLd
Michael 1 Aug, 2017 -
Lakesben 1 Aug, 2017 AltLd
with Matt H
with Matt H
Hidden 1 Aug, 2017 AltLd O/S
Hidden 31 Jul, 2017 AltLd
petecallaghan 29 Jul, 2017 AltLd dnf In fact did not start! Must come back. Climbed up to the start of the chimney approach, but the weather looked dodgy. We debated and waited for about half an hour then decided to be cautious and retreated. We probably would have been fine...
In fact did not start! Must come back. Climbed up to the start of the chimney approach, but the weather looked dodgy. We debated and waited for about half an hour then decided to be cautious and retreated. We probably would have been fine...
Hidden 19 Jul, 2017 AltLd
Hidden 19 Jul, 2017 Lead dnf
QuentinSu 15 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
MysteriousCeorl 12 Jul, 2017 -
steve_gibbs 8 Jul, 2017 AltLd O/S
Robbie Blease 8 Jul, 2017 AltLd O/S Really nice! Led pitches 2 and 4
Really nice! Led pitches 2 and 4
Nickwild 24 Jun, 2017 2nd
with Bertrand Gentou, Daniel Wild
with Bertrand Gentou, Daniel Wild
Daniel-Wild 24 Jun, 2017 2nd
with Bertrand (Guide), Nick
with Bertrand (Guide), Nick
Pero 22 Jun, 2017 AltLd Plus last two pitches of Papillon.
Plus last two pitches of Papillon.
Hidden 18 Jun, 2017 AltLd O/S
ndraper1 18 Jun, 2017 AltLd O/S En route to sw ridge.
with Tim
En route to sw ridge.
with Tim
janegallwey 17 Jun, 2017 Lead O/S
Everetta ??, 2017 Lead rpt
_hs_ ??, 2017 -
Hidden 4 Aug, 2016 Lead O/S
wchan 21 Jul, 2016 -
Everetta ??, 2016 2nd O/S
David Horwood 31 Aug, 2015 -
MrRiley 30 Aug, 2015 AltLd Absolutely fantastic and a great choice to escape the baking heat. Interesting approach and tricky to locate start. Took a lot longer than the guidebook 90 mins.... Got sandbagged on the 5b pitch with the "go left around the roof" part resulting in tension traverses and all sorts of shenanigans! In the end went straight up the steep corner which had just enough gear anyway! Also don't think this is HS, solid VS 4c
with Debbie Lee, Mark Reid
Absolutely fantastic and a great choice to escape the baking heat. Interesting approach and tricky to locate start. Took a lot longer than the guidebook 90 mins.... Got sandbagged on the 5b pitch with the "go left around the roof" part resulting in tension traverses and all sorts of shenanigans! In the end went straight up the steep corner which had just enough gear anyway! Also don't think this is HS, solid VS 4c
with Debbie Lee, Mark Reid
Debbie Lee 30 Aug, 2015 AltLd Great fun route! Finding the start was a bit of a challenge. Approach along the ledges significantly less intimidating than they look from below!
with Mark Reid, MrRiley
Great fun route! Finding the start was a bit of a challenge. Approach along the ledges significantly less intimidating than they look from below!
with Mark Reid, MrRiley
furbrow 28 Aug, 2015 AltLd Found the start more or less ok but its best to allow time for doing so. From the single bolt at the foot of the climb you first move left on to the neighbouring slab - our guide book said "slant right" which was not exactly helpful. Good climbing albeit not sustained - the 3rd and 4th pitches are the meat. It would be VS 4c on the Etive Slabs, so any idea of it being HS is daft.
with Bruce McC
Found the start more or less ok but its best to allow time for doing so. From the single bolt at the foot of the climb you first move left on to the neighbouring slab - our guide book said "slant right" which was not exactly helpful. Good climbing albeit not sustained - the 3rd and 4th pitches are the meat. It would be VS 4c on the Etive Slabs, so any idea of it being HS is daft.
with Bruce McC
Chuck 21 Aug, 2015 AltLd
rubben 28 Jul, 2015 AltLd Poor route description! No wonder so many people get lost...after pinnacle, walk up to crack - look right for crack. Then walk along two narrow walkways firstly 80m, then back about 30m...you'll see a solitary bolt. Here it says take the easiest and furthest right route up...wrong, this will lead you up a sketchy and loose gully - not fun! Head up the overlapping slabs corner pitch!
with Bonita Norris
Poor route description! No wonder so many people get lost...after pinnacle, walk up to crack - look right for crack. Then walk along two narrow walkways firstly 80m, then back about 30m...you'll see a solitary bolt. Here it says take the easiest and furthest right route up...wrong, this will lead you up a sketchy and loose gully - not fun! Head up the overlapping slabs corner pitch!
with Bonita Norris
Hidden 16 Jul, 2015 AltLd rpt
Hidden 12 Jul, 2015 AltLd O/S
jogle03 11 Jul, 2015 AltLd O/S
Mark Salter 4 Jul, 2015 AltLd O/S
with Chris Shorrock
with Chris Shorrock
DigitalSteak 30 Jun, 2015 AltLd
Palindrome 28 Jul, 2014 2nd Did an unpleasant variation up a gully to the right of the first pitch.
Did an unpleasant variation up a gully to the right of the first pitch.
Hidden 28 Jul, 2014 Lead O/S
Harry Ellis 16 Jul, 2014 AltLd led 1,2&3 continued to descend papillons couloir
with Chris Cox
led 1,2&3 continued to descend papillons couloir
with Chris Cox
Hidden 28 Sep, 2013 AltLd
Just Will ?Sep, 2013 2nd O/S
Happy Haggis 22 Aug, 2013 -
with Robbo1
with Robbo1
Robbo1 22 Aug, 2013 -
Tom Last 10 Aug, 2013 AltLd O/S Very cool route, quite easy, although I think we did get a bit lost. I got smacked on the head by a 2lb rock from the party above. Helmet saved my life. Finished up Arete du Papillons.
Very cool route, quite easy, although I think we did get a bit lost. I got smacked on the head by a 2lb rock from the party above. Helmet saved my life. Finished up Arete du Papillons.
Hidden 9 Aug, 2013 AltLd
jimmatthews 9 Aug, 2013 -
Jo sumner 9 Aug, 2013 2nd O/S
Hidden 28 Jul, 2013 AltLd O/S
mcaterina ?Jul, 2013 AltLd Other rope: Trine+Emily
with Skiwi Ryan
Other rope: Trine+Emily
with Skiwi Ryan
claregardiner 9 Sep, 2012 AltLd With a very limited rack as thought it was bolted
With a very limited rack as thought it was bolted
wiibaker 29 Aug, 2012 Lead O/S
Julesthe1st 23 Aug, 2012 AltLd O/S Squeezed this in before heading up to camp on the Vallee Blanche. A nice half day. Papillion Arete next time.
with Paul Wolf
Squeezed this in before heading up to camp on the Vallee Blanche. A nice half day. Papillion Arete next time.
with Paul Wolf
gooberman-hill 19 Aug, 2012 Lead lovely route up corners on the l side of the lower nw face of the aiguille du peigne
with Rachael Gooberman-Hill
lovely route up corners on the l side of the lower nw face of the aiguille du peigne
with Rachael Gooberman-Hill
Hidden ?Aug, 2012 Lead O/S
DigitalSteak ?Aug, 2012 AltLd
Hidden 22 Jul, 2012 AltLd O/S
Hidden 20 Aug, 2011 -
Hidden ?Aug, 2011 AltLd O/S
Hidden ?Aug, 2011 AltLd O/S
HansUDes 15 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
Hidden 15 Jul, 2011 Lead O/S
Hidden 11 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
HimTiggins 11 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
with tebs
with tebs
JRSB1991 ?Jul, 2011 -
Hidden 28 Jun, 2011 2nd O/S
Richard Weller 21 Jul, 2010 2nd
with Robin Beadle
with Robin Beadle
Claire Molloy 16 Jul, 2010 2nd
Hidden 16 Jul, 2010 Lead O/S
Hidden 16 Jul, 2010 AltLd O/S
Rich Cross - Alpine Guides ?Jul, 2010 Lead
with John Long
with John Long
Hidden ??, 2010 -
Andy Clarke 1 Aug, 2009 AltLd rpt Very enjoyable climbing - nice to come back and finish it after having to back off due to damp and cold in 2006. Led P2&4.
with rob1
Very enjoyable climbing - nice to come back and finish it after having to back off due to damp and cold in 2006. Led P2&4.
with rob1
rob1 1 Aug, 2009 AltLd
reima ?Aug, 2009 AltLd O/S
with Tom, Nora
with Tom, Nora
oldgrey ?Aug, 2009 -
with Virgil Scott
with Virgil Scott
Bristoldave ?Aug, 2009 Lead followed normal route to top
followed normal route to top
sean72 9 Sep, 2008 -
with Kenton Cool, Chadrads
with Kenton Cool, Chadrads
chadrads 3 Sep, 2008 2nd O/S
with kenton cool
with kenton cool
Matthallinan 2 Aug, 2008 AltLd
JonHarvey ?Aug, 2008 AltLd O/S
Hidden ?Aug, 2008 AltLd O/S
cham749 23 Jul, 2008 -
Hidden 1 Sep, 2007 AltLd O/S
Brian Birtle 23 Sep, 2006 AltLd O/S
with Simon Wood
with Simon Wood
Kyuzo ?Jul, 2006 -
with Hal Watts
with Hal Watts
hal ?Jun, 2006 AltLd
with Virgil Scott
with Virgil Scott
Andy Lagan ?Jul, 2005 -
tjekel ??, 2005 -
mike.moss ?Jan, 2004 AltLd
with mrtom
with mrtom
mrtom ?Jan, 2004 AltLd
mrtom ?Jan, 2004 AltLd
mrtom ?Jan, 2004 AltLd
mike.moss ??, 2004 AltLd O/S
with mrtom
with mrtom
AnnaBacklund ?Jul, 2003 AltLd O/S
Hidden 13 Aug, 2002 Lead O/S
t p hubbard ?Aug, 2002 -
Rossco-p ?Jun, 2001 Lead
with Anthony Garvey
with Anthony Garvey
neal 11 Aug, 1998 AltLd
craig h ?Aug, 1998 AltLd
with Janet Hannah
with Janet Hannah
stokesrees ??, 1997 Lead
with Ryan Brown
with Ryan Brown
ericinbristol ?Jul, 1996 AltLd O/S Continued up the Normal Route
with Richard Nadin
Continued up the Normal Route
with Richard Nadin
Climbingspike ??, 1996 -
auld al ??, 1995 AltLd O/S
Ken lindsay ??, 1995 AltLd O/S
with With Alan
with With Alan
Hidden 3 Aug, 1993 AltLd O/S
Hidden ?Sep, 1991 Lead
frost ?Jul, 1991 AltLd
with Stone
with Stone
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