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User Date Style Notes & Partners
danimal88 27 Oct Lead O/S
Cecilewannaclimb 22 Apr, 2016 2nd
with Dr Toph
with Dr Toph
Dr Toph 22 Apr, 2016 Lead O/S Crux is negotiating the tree low down. Nice journey after
with Cecile
Crux is negotiating the tree low down. Nice journey after
with Cecile
Dave Baker ??, 2012 -
cogg13 31 May, 2011 Lead dog spanked. MUST use opposing/upward direction gear for 1st piece in future to avoid all lower gear ripping out when belayer takes. lived and learned.
spanked. MUST use opposing/upward direction gear for 1st piece in future to avoid all lower gear ripping out when belayer takes. lived and learned.
mshorter 31 Oct, 2010 Lead O/S
with erika
with erika
cogg13 3 Jun, 2010 TR RP one for the future. first e1.
with dave laird
one for the future. first e1.
with dave laird
Hidden 24 May, 2009 -
iangray ??, 2009 2nd looks fun, will try this summer
with Neil M
looks fun, will try this summer
with Neil M
dp1 22 Jul, 2008 2nd O/S
with Neilm18
with Neilm18
rachel959 22 Jul, 2008 TR dog
with Neil
with Neil
Neilm18 22 Jul, 2008 Lead O/S
with Iain Gray
with Iain Gray
Hidden 15 Jun, 2008 2nd O/S
AndyP 15 Jun, 2008 Lead O/S Probably low in the grade and quite similar to Black Custard at The Pass. The most difficult part was getting through the wild rose bush at the top; it was like climbing through velcro. I faffed my extenders on the route and got rope drag as a result. I must confess to the next ascentionists: one of the chockstones through the crux overhanging crack came away in my hand and is now at the bottom of the crag. I don't know if this will alter the grade but if it does then it did for me also! - and I got the benefit of the fright. I take it this route is hardly ever climbed with rose bushes and loose holds at the crux. Anyway it was a good route.
with Will
Probably low in the grade and quite similar to Black Custard at The Pass. The most difficult part was getting through the wild rose bush at the top; it was like climbing through velcro. I faffed my extenders on the route and got rope drag as a result. I must confess to the next ascentionists: one of the chockstones through the crux overhanging crack came away in my hand and is now at the bottom of the crag. I don't know if this will alter the grade but if it does then it did for me also! - and I got the benefit of the fright. I take it this route is hardly ever climbed with rose bushes and loose holds at the crux. Anyway it was a good route.
with Will
breithorn4164 ?Apr, 2007 Lead O/S
with Paul
with Paul
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