Rockfax Description
Tackle the arete via a series of slaps to gain the break, reach up and left for a small flake (very hard for the short) to finish. © Rockfax

FA. Jon Read 1999

Ticklists: Burbage, Millstone and Beyond Routes Graded List.

mark20 04/Jan/15 Lead G/U

Has the pebble always been snapped? felt 6c

Hidden 23/Nov/12 Lead G/U
Harry Chaplin 18/Nov/12 Lead RP

ground up

dominic lee 18/Nov/12 Lead O/S
nathanlee 18/Nov/12 Lead β

flash on dads gear, must be soft as i climbed it terribly.

Ethan 24/Mar/12 Lead

Very hot!

with Ted, Ed
Ram MkiV 08/Feb/11 Lead dnf

found the initial arete ok but got done over for height (and/or ability) crossing for the flake. Gave up as a bad job after 3rd GU effort.

with sam
kingholmesy ??/2011 Lead dog

Arete was OK but took several attempts before I got the moves to the flake.

with Andy S
natetan 15/May/10 Lead RP

Had another go on this the other day (July 2014) - seems the top mono crimp pebble has been snapped in half making the top moves harder and involving a three-finger-tip claw sort-of-process. This makes it a quite a bit harder to finish compared with before.

Ed Booth 10/May/09 Lead dnf

tried onsite. Nails. Two falls and rests and no idea what to do. or didn;t fancy commiting.

tallsop ??/2009 TR dnf

did first section clean with no falls, couldnt quite get the last hard move. wet

with Mark
Toby Dunn 21/Aug/07 TR
with dave evans
Tom Briggs - Jagged Globe 10/Sep/06 Lead O/S
with Tuffty Nick
Hidden ??/2003 Lead O/S
Jon Read ?/Mar/99 Lead RP

No mats, two spotters, one duvet-stuffed rucksack. Gave it E4/5 6b.

with Matt Gallagher & Jonny Clark
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Style of ascent
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