Rockfax Description
Fingery and bold. Start under the right end of a thin overlap, climb up and left through the notch by a big reach, or undercuts and thin flakes, to the first break. Safer, but difficult moves, lead past a pocket to the main horizontal break and an easier finish. © Rockfax

FA. Ron Fawcett 1983

Ticklists: Stanage Routes BMC Graded List, Peak Rock/16/Eighties Gritstone :The Shape of Things to Come, 100 or so good E6s - aye Caff, 3 Star Stanage, Definitive *** Peak Grit.

ferdia 28/Apr TR
ferdia 17/Oct/16 TR

did all the moves a couple of times on toprope. linking will be hard!

Hidden 18/Jun/16 TR dnf
nathanlee 20/May/15 Lead RP

Top roped this years ago, nice to finish it off. Brilliant and no pushover, would've got spanked ground up.

Gus 09/Nov/14 Lead


with chris barr, mini pickles
john lynch 05/Nov/14 TR dog
with Joe Holden
Hidden ?/Sep/14 2nd
Hidden 01/Dec/13 Lead O/S
Apharri 10/Oct/13 Lead RP
with Jim Gayler
Hidden 14/Sep/13 TR dog
Hidden 19/May/12 TR dog
Keendan 19/May/12 TR dog

Very cool. The first traverse got dialled pretty well. I found the rockover so hard and only had one good go at it. The top two breaks went better than expected. Would like to return to it.

with Remus
Ben Bransby ??/2012 Lead
TomPR 04/Apr/11 Lead
dominic lee 27/Mar/10 Lead RP


with dave turnbull
dswansonlow 17/Oct/09 TR dnf
with sarp
goi.ashmore 15/Aug/00 Lead RP
with Matt Hirst
samt 07/Jun/00 Lead RP
Paul Clarke ??/2000 Lead
with Leeds Crew
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