Rockfax Description
Take the left arete of the leaning wall to a slab then the bulging wall left of a crack to a baffling (heel-hooking?) exit. © Rockfax

FA. Mike Appleton 1996

cem 09/Apr/17 Lead O/S
with Kirill Spiridonov, Ricardo Da Silva
Kirill 09/Apr/17 2nd
with Ricardo Da Silva, Charles Moreton
Theo Moore - UKC and UKH 13/Sep/15 Lead O/S
fuzzysheep01 22/Mar/15 Lead O/S
MattKettle 22/Mar/15 2nd O/S
Hardcore Pat 24/Aug/14 Lead O/S
with Graham Plant
Hidden 30/Jun/13 Lead O/S
Hidden 30/Jun/13 2nd
claregardiner 25/Jun/13 Lead
burto 16/Aug/10 Lead O/S
with ben dorey
Clee 08/Aug/09 2nd
with Chris
Reaver2k 24/May/09 2nd O/S

Mike struggled on this again, seemed to have been a hard day! The moves over the roof arn't that hard but very pumpy, once up on the ledge you move up and try and pull over the overhang only to find a really awkward exit. Mike had to retreat off the exit, but on second I could commit to a really awkward exit. I got my right foot up and sort of shuffled sideways left with my hand and then pulled over. Really enjoyable but I wouldn't like to do it on the given protection! Maybe one-day.

with Michael Watson
jrenee 01/Jun/07 TR

I don't recommend this area without a radio to hear the people you are climbing with. With all the cars in the area, you can't hear when your partner talks to you, which can be the difference between, FUN and DEATH. Other than that, great multi-pitches, and is limestone.

Hidden 23/May/04 Lead
High E2
Mid E2
Low E2
High E1
Mid E1
Low E1
High HVS
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High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
High 5b
Mid 5b
Low 5b
High 5a
Mid 5a
Low 5a
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Style of ascent
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