Rockfax Description
The splendid unprotected arete to the right. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
No protection and a single bolt belay with mallion. Why is it called Tragedy??!!

It is called Tragedy because of Bob Powles. He was checking out new routes at the crag and slipped over the top, and sadly died. Roy Thomas exploring the crag found the body a few days later. Hence the morbid theme of some of the original routes (A Certain Peace, Tragedy etc).

Martin Crocker, R. Thomas

Ollie B 07/Mar/15 Solo O/S
dmacmorris 18/Feb/15 Solo β

Great little route, easy climbing to the top. Have to log it as beta since I had to dog up "The Future Holds" to put top rope in place and seen most of the holds.

Hidden 13/Jul/14 TR O/S
tommccluskey 04/Jun/13 TR β
with Harriet, james, Jess
jessbinx 02/Jun/13 TR O/S
with James, Harriet, Tom <3
guy xavier percival 07/Apr/13 Lead O/S
with paul
Paul Robertson 07/Apr/13 Solo O/S
stu1981 20/Apr/10 Lead rpt
Hidden 20/Apr/10 Solo
James_86 27/Sep/09 TR O/S

Should of Lead/Soloed it.

with Will T
Wil Treasure 27/Sep/09 Lead
Hidden 25/Sep/09 Solo O/S
Hidden 24/Jul/08 Solo O/S
Nigel R Lewis 22/Aug/07 TR
Hidden 15/Jul/03 Solo O/S
Hidden 06/Jun/99 Solo O/S
Adrian Eggleton 23/May/95 2nd

Goi's hand written guide gave it E1 5b protectionless with the bolts removed. I would go with higher objective and lower technical.

goi.ashmore 07/Sep/91 Solo O/S
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