Rockfax Description
Well-named; wandering but worthwhile! At least one stance will be needed along the way. Climb the steepening crack to the big ledge and belay. Traverse right to GNR and up this to just above the roof and a spectacular finish up the right arete. © Rockfax

sev 03/Jul/16 Lead O/S
Hidden 03/Apr/16 2nd β
Jackwd 30/May/15 Lead dnf

Bit dirty and a nails crux! Couldn't find the feet, but reading on here there aren't any apparently...

robblowen 14/Mar/15 2nd β

Awesome route! Finished great north road as I didn't feel flexible enough to stride across!

with Dale, Jonny
ashtond6 14/Mar/15 Lead O/S

Had never done p2 before, great fun

ashtond6 07/Sep/14 Lead rpt
alp79 07/Sep/14 2nd O/S

Really enjoyed this route, pleased to second it clean. Positive holds but hard moves :)

ashtond6 18/Aug/14 Lead O/S

This is very good, the tech crux sequence is long and technical. Steeper than it looks of positive holds. Hidden gem!

dannyboy83 24/Jul/14 Lead O/S
with Lena, Maisy, Ben Ochner
Hidden 01/Jun/14 2nd dnf
Brannock 01/Jun/14 Lead dog

Harder than I remembered it, good finger locks but nothing for feet on the crux, good route though.

adi bryant 30/Nov/13 Lead O/S

A great route to do in one pitch. Good moves ont crux, the traverse is easy enough but brill, play with the best bit of GNR and finish on a creaky topped, flattering arete. What's not to like? 2 stars

john lynch 14/Aug/13 Lead O/S

P1 only.

with Lewis Andrew
Hidden 25/Jun/13 2nd
Hidden 25/Jun/13 Lead O/S
Rich Malcolm 25/May/13 Lead dog
Hidden 17/Sep/12 Lead
Wayne S 17/Sep/12 2nd
with Andy
Hidden 06/Jun/12 Lead O/S
Hidden 12/May/12 Lead O/S
Martin Haworth 11/Mar/12 Lead

One rest. Did as a single pitch which makes runners and ropework interesting. Really good route, feels like a real adventure.

Brannock ??/2012 2nd
steve_yo 22/Aug/11 AltLd O/S

led 2nd pitch up the arete, side runners high up

with smacks
berry 13/Jul/11 2nd O/S
Hidden 13/Jul/11 Lead O/S
Brown 17/May/11 Lead
with Gabrial
Hidden 17/May/11 Lead O/S
Misha 17/Oct/10 AltLd O/S

Seemed sensible to do this in two pitches. Ian led P1, which has the technical crux - sketchy 5c for a couple of moves followed by a few 5b moves on better holds. I did P2 from the massive ledge, which wasn't particularly hard (the crux was going round the bulge in GNR) but had great positions with lots of exposure and not much gear in places, as well as an intricate line. Worth a couple of stars.

with Ian W
mark20 16/Oct/10 Lead dog
Hidden 15/Aug/10 2nd dog
rikbattye 02/Jun/10 Lead dog
Hidden 26/Apr/09 Lead
Hidden 10/Feb/08 Lead O/S
Roget 14/Apr/01 Lead rpt
nickcanute ??/2000 Lead O/S
nickcanute ??/2000 Lead O/S
Hidden ??/1993 Lead
Neil McA 01/Sep/84 Lead O/S
with Roy Ruddle
Al Evans ??/1976 -
Jonathan Lagoe - UKC ??/1976 -
High E3
Mid E3
Low E3
High E2
Mid E2
Low E2
High E1
Mid E1
Low E1
Votes cast 9
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
Votes cast 9
Votes cast 9
Style of ascent
Alt Leads
Not Set
Flashed (β)
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