Rockfax Description
10m. Zig-zag up the crack to the ledge then tackle the thinner right-trending crack in the wall behind. © Rockfax

Deezel65 27/Jun/15 2nd
cragtyke 27/Jun/15 Lead

top crack overgrown

with Ross
Jam_sandwich 06/Aug/14 Solo O/S
BenedictIEP 09/Jul/14 Sent dnf

Feels MUCH harder than 5a

mikealexpayne 19/Jul/13 Lead
Bloke on a Rope 02/Jun/13 Solo O/S
with Matt
Climbster 02/Jun/13 Solo O/S
with Ian
BenedictIEP 13/Jun/12 Lead dnf
with Oli Gregory
Harry Thorpe 30/Jul/11 Lead O/S

Not great

thetradlad 30/Jul/11 2nd O/S

the rope from above dislodged a boulder onto my arm... This was all the excitement the route offered, very disappointing.

Hidden 04/May/11 Solo rpt
cymjt ??/2011 -
Dan Lane 03/Jul/10 2nd O/S

a route of two halves making a ground fall almost always a possibility. good old fashioned VS.

with Laurie Carefoot
Hidden 18/Jun/10 Solo rpt
Hidden 13/Sep/08 Lead
adam carless 30/Aug/08 Lead

took a couple of goes to figure out that fingerlocks were the way forward (not lanky enough to just stretch past the second crack).

with dpmuk
dpmUK 30/Aug/08 2nd dog

Dirty and slippy!

Hidden 30/Aug/08 Lead O/S
Hidden 30/Aug/08 2nd O/S
Rob Davies 06/Oct/07 AltLd dog

1st bit felt briefly more like 5c than 5a - I flailed around a bit before cleaning the crack and finding a way of doing it. It was put up by the same guy who did Kershaw's Crackers, which should have been a warning. I extracted an old wooden wedge, presumably place on the first ascent.

with Phil Ashton
Hidden 19/Apr/07 Solo O/S
Pete Pozman 07/May/84 Solo RP
Martin Bennett 25/Jul/83 Solo
charlesmfrench 21/Jul/82 Solo
uphillnow ??/1975 -
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