Rockfax Description
Thin climbing at the start. Unfortunately this line gets dirty. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
A thin start leads to progressively easier climbing to join 'Freeming of Jeannie' at 3/4 height.


Hidden 06/Sep/17 Lead dog
guy xavier percival 19/Jul/17 Lead O/S

Hard crux

with paul
BDoc 08/Jul/17 Lead dog

Did a bit of gardening on the way up...

with Enid
curon 05/Jul/17 Lead dog
with Pete
VPJB 05/Jul/17 Lead
Hidden 01/Jun/17 Lead
drgrange 22/May/17 Lead O/S

A couple of lovely moves on this

with Clee
Clee 22/May/17 Lead
rztipping 21/May/17 Lead RP
Penny32 06/May/17 Lead O/S
with Mike D
Hidden 04/May/17 Lead O/S
AndrewP 04/May/17 Lead O/S

Good route, 6a+.

with Nigel Boanas
Tree-normas 27/Nov/16 Lead O/S
dickypips 09/Oct/16 Lead RP
with nick o neil
Eugetj ?/Sep/11 Lead β

Soaking led previously in 96

with Pete Aspinal
Hidden 12/Jul/11 Lead O/S
Hidden 12/Jul/11 Lead O/S
Cardi 05/May/07 Lead dnf

Now a (tongue in cheek) sport route. First half has been bolted with four or so 'bolts.' Diagonal traverse up left leads to a peg. I took a 3m fall onto this peg as I cacked up the final move - The peg was in fact, not held in place by more than a piece of mud. Luckily last bolt held after falling 10m. Peg is now a souvenir on my book case. Don't think I'll be returning to this crag!

with Crispin
Stone Muppet ??/2007 -
goi.ashmore 01/Oct/95 Lead O/S
with Roy Thomas
freelunchprovider ??/1994 -


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