Rockfax Description
The best line on the North West Face. Start at the appealing crack-line 20m to the left of the edge of the face.
Start up the initially wide section of crack to a ledge at 4m and then follow the corner-crack and chimney above to the top. © Rockfax

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
The_Boy_ODwyer 2 Aug 2nd
inspiration_needed 2 Aug Lead O/S Really enjoyed. Well protected
Really enjoyed. Well protected
climbdevon 25 May -
Marl 5 May Lead O/S Good route but felt very hard for grade, not realizing about flake in offwidth that Bill pointed out after following me up!
with Bill Billingsly
Good route but felt very hard for grade, not realizing about flake in offwidth that Bill pointed out after following me up!
with Bill Billingsly
Hidden 7 Aug, 2018 Lead O/S
Becky 31 Mar, 2018 Lead
with Jule
with Jule
Jule 31 Mar, 2018 2nd O/S
with Becky
with Becky
Mark D 10 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
Rosie Henstock 10 Jul, 2017 2nd O/S Climbed 2 hours and 45mins after low tide as the sea was getting more violent. Lots of squealing and swearing at Mr Duggan to go faster!
with Mark D
Climbed 2 hours and 45mins after low tide as the sea was getting more violent. Lots of squealing and swearing at Mr Duggan to go faster!
with Mark D
Mark Kemball 11 Jun, 2017 AltLd Waves bigger and sea rougher than we thought they were, got rather damp. Great fun
with Helen Wilson, Rob Seymour, Philip Wilson
Waves bigger and sea rougher than we thought they were, got rather damp. Great fun
with Helen Wilson, Rob Seymour, Philip Wilson
Rob Seymour 11 Jun, 2017 2nd Apparently when you think the tide is going out but it is actually coming in with a big swell, this is an "heuristic error". I call it getting completely wet and slightly frightened. Still, I expect the the climb would be really good if it wasn't covered in sea water ...
with Helen Wilson, Philip Wilson, Mark Kemball
Apparently when you think the tide is going out but it is actually coming in with a big swell, this is an "heuristic error". I call it getting completely wet and slightly frightened. Still, I expect the the climb would be really good if it wasn't covered in sea water ...
with Helen Wilson, Philip Wilson, Mark Kemball
JC95Evans 31 May, 2017 Lead O/S
Lizard Ollie 31 May, 2017 2nd O/S Jess flawlessly laybacking the crack was watched in amazement by both me and a seal
Jess flawlessly laybacking the crack was watched in amazement by both me and a seal
Hidden 28 Apr, 2017 TR O/S
Hidden 23 Jul, 2016 2nd
Ana Broad 23 Jul, 2016 Lead
with Emgrant
with Emgrant
ray.allwood 23 Jul, 2016 2nd O/S
timreynolds 23 Jul, 2016 Lead
miriamclaire 4 Jun, 2016 2nd
Hidden 30 Apr, 2016 Lead O/S
Hidden 30 Apr, 2016 2nd
David Clover ?Aug, 2015 Lead O/S
daxtari 16 Jun, 2015 2nd O/S
neilstubbs 3 Aug, 2014 Lead O/S Great climb but tough at the grade, I've climbed easier VS's
with Stefan Parkin
Great climb but tough at the grade, I've climbed easier VS's
with Stefan Parkin
BLodge 16 Jun, 2014 Lead
augustus trout 15 Jun, 2014 Lead O/S
AndyMcCoy 15 Jun, 2014 Lead Led it but put a prussik on the ab rope for the offwidth crack as a precaution. Did it as a layback which was hard work.
Led it but put a prussik on the ab rope for the offwidth crack as a precaution. Did it as a layback which was hard work.
MaccMark 15 Jun, 2014 2nd
Hidden 14 Jun, 2014 Lead
Hidden 14 Jun, 2014 2nd
Spearos 18 May, 2014 2nd O/S
with Riggo
with Riggo
Cheese Monkey 18 Apr, 2014 2nd O/S Great lead from Ian. Laybacked up the corner which was great fun
with Ian H
Great lead from Ian. Laybacked up the corner which was great fun
with Ian H
ian hendy ??, 2014 Lead O/S
Hamish777 27 Jul, 2013 Lead O/S A great jamming crack, I managed to get in the crack most of one leg and whole arm, removing them was fun.
A great jamming crack, I managed to get in the crack most of one leg and whole arm, removing them was fun.
andrea83 27 Jul, 2013 2nd O/S Good lead by Hamish-fast lead out in order to get to the top of the crag before the tide came in.
Good lead by Hamish-fast lead out in order to get to the top of the crag before the tide came in.
Steve Lenartowicz 13 Jul, 2013 Lead
with Clare
with Clare
MinHazeldine 15 Jun, 2013 Lead O/S
arandall 8 Nov, 2012 Lead O/S
Wendy Watthews 8 Nov, 2012 2nd O/S
SurferStan 7 Sep, 2012 2nd O/S
with Ribbit
with Ribbit
Ribbit 7 Sep, 2012 Lead O/S
AEH ?May, 2011 TR
Master Chief 23 Mar, 2011 2nd O/S
with jgclimb
with jgclimb
RichardMc 25 Jun, 2009 Lead
with Mark Davies
with Mark Davies
Mark Davies PK 25 Jun, 2009 2nd O/S Utter sandabag. Failed on crux so seconded. would have no problem giving this HVS 4c!
with Richard
Utter sandabag. Failed on crux so seconded. would have no problem giving this HVS 4c!
with Richard
Different Steve 12 Apr, 2009 2nd O/S Crux is a poorly (i.e. not) protected offwidth - good lead from Joe
Crux is a poorly (i.e. not) protected offwidth - good lead from Joe
joehanks61 12 Apr, 2009 -
Bob M 2 Aug, 2006 Lead
Norman_P_W 2 Aug, 2006 2nd
with Bob M
with Bob M
malc 16 Apr, 1992 2nd
RichardMc 9 Apr, 1977 Lead
with Jane Gamble, Steve Ecclestone
with Jane Gamble, Steve Ecclestone
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