Rockfax Description
12m. The huge nose is crossed on mega-pockets, sadly gaining the wall above the lip is desperate. Runners in the far wall of the gully were used to curtail any tumble on the 1st ascent. © Rockfax

Ticklists: Peak Rock/11/Gritstone in the Seventies..

HoboChris 14/Jul/17 Solo O/S

Excellent route. Hard, highball and overhanging; perfect.

jesse rees ??/2016 Solo dnf
Hidden ?/Aug/13 TR dog
akhughes 17/Jul/12 Solo RP

almost dropped it on the last hard move. knee bar worked a treat, but cut me up a little. 1 mat, gripping!!!!

lanky and weak ?/Apr/12 Solo RP
jacobjacob 29/Feb/12 Solo RP

Technically ground up because I have jumped from the lip before, but first go today. Above 4 pads. Did it twice. Awesome.

Hidden 08/Apr/10 TR
Hidden 11/Feb/10 TR
Peter Holder 11/Feb/10 TR
IBR Paul 09/Mar/09 TR RP
with Gary
Stephen Horne - Rockfax 05/Aug/05 Lead O/S
with Jim Nichols
Mark Stevenson 26/Aug/02 TR O/S
with Andy Simpson
Jon Read ?/May/98 Solo RP

One mat, I think.

with Zippy, Robin Mazinke, Mike Eden, Dr John of Dewsbury
duncan 14/Apr/95 Lead G/U

One fall

with Neil Buttle, Alan Monks
Paul Clarke ??/1990 Lead

3rd day I think. A bit of a tussle.

with Gary Nuttall
Andy Nicholson ?/Apr/81 TR dog
with Spike
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