6m. A precarious start leads to a small cam which protects the crux. Finish Boldly. Very reachy.

Steve Crowe

Ticklists: The Moorland Challenge, NYMoors Classics, North York Moors E5s, E Point = Meters of Upward Movement.

Sam Marks 21/Mar/16 Lead β

Quick abseil inspection to clean then flash, saved it up for a while and well worth it. Ended up doing the crux differently to how i'd imagined, the top felt bold and was ard enough, would be well 'ard for a true onsight id imagine. So good to do a line ive looked at over the years!

James Oakes 30/May/15 Lead RP
with Tom Martin, Steve Ramsden
Ram MkiV 30/May/15 Lead RP

flashed on tr but glad I didn't try to flash for real. Hard crux, good route

with noaks
Franco Cookson 11/Sep/11 Lead RP

Did it with Dave's cam in as I couldn't be bothered to go through the hassle of taking it out and then putting it back in. It's a very good cam, but there is only one and it's a 0. I would be very impressed by anyone who climbed this ground up, as the top would be well scary onsight if you didn't know where to go. Another one of those H4/E6 style routes, which become way easier and friendlier after you lob a rope down them.

Dave Warburton 11/Sep/11 Lead RP

Excellent climbing a shame to headpoint but i had already thrown a rope down when younger. Cam is awkward to place, just up and down to check. Powerful, more so than many of the other lines on the pinn, complimenting them well. Pippi or Scut next I suppose!

Steve Crowe 10/Nov/96 Lead

Abseil pre inspection.

with KM
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