Rockfax Description
The next seam is finger-tip thin, and highly technical too. The usually dirty finish provides the cherry on the cake. © Rockfax

Mike_Hayes 05/Apr/16 Lead

Tricky but only e2 6a IMO. Dead safe.

Brown 05/May/12 Lead
with Lilifa
tallsop 19/Mar/12 2nd


with terry
Milne 19/Mar/12 Lead dog

rested on some of the gear, desperate unobvious sequence, old pegs, big lose flakes, filthy tree fighting finish, classic!

eduardo 23/Oct/11 AltLd dog

Dogged our way up this in turn, I couldn't do the crux move. There's a dodgy loose headstone-like block at the top of the crack. I found the crack a bit thin to get decent locks in, tiny claw fingers like an aye-aye would help. An aye-aye's nocturnal vision would have helped pack away in semi darkness at the end too.

MD 23/Oct/11 AltLd dog

Took turns trying this. Often had to choose between using the crack for gear or finger locks.

with Ed
davewsargent 11/May/11 2nd dog
with paul
Hidden 27/May/10 Lead O/S
Hidden 27/May/10 2nd β
Hidden 06/Mar/10 TR dnf
Hidden 06/Mar/10 Lead RP
asmith37 06/Mar/10 TR dnf
Dave Bond ??/2004 Lead O/S
with Adrian Whitehall
Chris Ellis 27/Jul/03 2nd
with Dean Grindle
Colin Edwards 16/Jan/00 Lead
with Simon Gough Brown
Roget 31/May/99 Lead O/S
with jon
Hidden 05/Jul/96 Lead
Hidden ??/1988 Lead
Hidden ??/1984 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/1982 Lead
High E4
Mid E4
Low E4
High E3
Mid E3
Low E3
High E2
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High 6c
Mid 6c
Low 6c
High 6b
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High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
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Style of ascent
Alt Leads
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