The longest roof climb in the Peak. This is a fun introduction to aid climbing as it is fully bolted, although many find it an unnecessarily painful and awkward experience. From the back right corner of the cave, climb into a niche (Fenris) then follow the fixed gear across the undulating roof, even downhill in places until Thormen's... is joined. Lower off at the lip. Great wet weather sport. Be aware that if you let your belay ropes dangle to the floor of the cave, people will walk all over them. © Rockfax
FA. Bob Dearman, K Bridges, Bob Toogood 1972. The first ascent was spread over three days though with all the gear in place the route can be done in a couple of hours. FFA. Dream on!.
Aid climbing , The best the UK has to offer for mere mortals (apart from the lakes cos its always wet) , Going Up Rocks
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