Rockfax Description
The right-hand face of the buttress is fingery, sustained and unprotected where it matters - the landing is unfriendly too! Using side-runners drops the grade a notch or two. © Rockfax

FA. Roger Doherty 1985

Dawn_K_B 02/Nov/17 2nd dog

Only hard bit was the start!

Teappleby 02/Nov/17 Lead O/S

Followed definitive guide line rather than rockfax.

Calum Wadsworth 02/Nov/17 Lead O/S

Semi in the dark, left side of the arete high up, which seemed pretty straight forward. Had pads for the crux face at the bottom.

with Ruairidh Wadsworth
Longsufferingropeholder 14/May/17 TR O/S
Marl 01/May/17 TR dog

Climbed on Mini traction. Climbing was fine once sussed the route choice out.

amccann 15/Oct/16 Lead β

James flattened out the landing a bit, we put a couple of pads down to make it look even flatter then led it on mostly preplaced gear (was all easy to place, but Tom had left it in from doing 'On the Air'

Sam Marks 25/Nov/15 Lead β
Dave Warburton 25/Nov/15 Lead O/S
adi bryant 20/Sep/14 Lead O/S
with Lee
Hidden 01/Jul/12 Lead
Brown 08/Apr/12 Lead
with Lilifa
JulesV 28/Mar/10 Solo
Hidden ??/2009 TR RP
Hidden 01/Dec/07 TR O/S
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