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User Date Style Notes & Partners
stokedgoat 17 May Lead β Very scrappy, Being long helped a lot.
Very scrappy, Being long helped a lot.
Sam Marks 8 Jan Lead G/U port hole
port hole
Jmpollard 8 Jan Lead G/U Great techy climbing, took ages to find a sequence but it was worth the wait.
Great techy climbing, took ages to find a sequence but it was worth the wait.
Hidden 29 Apr, 2017 2nd
Will Hunt 29 Apr, 2017 Lead G/U Harder than I thought it would be. Tried it ledge up and fell off just about every move in the crux sequence. Then lowered and rested properly and did next go. It looked green on arrival. Abbed it to clean it but needn't have done. Was quite glad to have the confidence that the top move to the big break, which you don't want to drop, was clear of leaves etc. Thought E5 was fair. Similar in style to Strapadictomy but physically harder. VERY GOOD ROUTE.
Harder than I thought it would be. Tried it ledge up and fell off just about every move in the crux sequence. Then lowered and rested properly and did next go. It looked green on arrival. Abbed it to clean it but needn't have done. Was quite glad to have the confidence that the top move to the big break, which you don't want to drop, was clear of leaves etc. Thought E5 was fair. Similar in style to Strapadictomy but physically harder. VERY GOOD ROUTE.
Theo Moore - UKC and UKH u 10 Apr, 2016 Lead Had a few goes ground up and then dogged it before leading it clean. great moves
Had a few goes ground up and then dogged it before leading it clean. great moves
robertmctague 10 Apr, 2016 Lead Didn't think it was soft, pretty hard to read at the crux. Had a few goes ground up then dogged it then did it next go.
Didn't think it was soft, pretty hard to read at the crux. Had a few goes ground up then dogged it then did it next go.
Dave Warburton 26 Oct, 2011 Lead G/U Ledge up, few goes on Huw's gear (but placed it before). Nice today without the arete friction being the limiting factor. Ace route.
with dunnyg
Ledge up, few goes on Huw's gear (but placed it before). Nice today without the arete friction being the limiting factor. Ace route.
with dunnyg
akhughes 26 Oct, 2011 Lead β Ground up second go. Blew onsight when right hand slipped off wet undercut, gutted. Easy for the grade, but great climbing.
Ground up second go. Blew onsight when right hand slipped off wet undercut, gutted. Easy for the grade, but great climbing.
Hidden 26 Oct, 2011 Lead RP
Hidden 29 Sep, 2011 TR
Dave Warburton 29 Sep, 2011 Lead dnf Too warm even at Hawk. I was dripping from 3 'ledge up' attempts so called it off :-(
with dunnyg
Too warm even at Hawk. I was dripping from 3 'ledge up' attempts so called it off :-(
with dunnyg
Paul Clarke ??, 1999 TR
with Not Sure
with Not Sure
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Route of Interest

Chip and Pin Indirect Start

Grade: E5 6b ***
(The Roost)