|1976 ||Cream Team Special|
FA. Ron Fawcett, Geoff Birtles, Al Evans 1976
|1979 ||A Little Extra|
FA. Tom Proctor, Geoff Birtles, Ernie Marshall 1979
The Ministry of Silly Walks
FA. Geoff Birtles, Tom Proctor 1979
FFA. Ron Fawcett 1980. FA. John Hadfield 1957. A slightly different aided line was followed by Graham West and Harold Hughes also in 1957. Aid reduced to 1pt by Ron Fawcett, Geoff Birtles, Al Evans in 1976.
FA. Ron Fawcett 1981. This ascent signified the change of Raven Tor from an aid climbing crag to a free climbing crag. FA. Jeff Morgan, Bob Toogood 1969. It was extremely loose when first pegged.
FA. Ron Fawcett 1981
|1982 ||Indecent Exposure|
FFA. Ron Fawcett 1982. FA. Jeff Morgan, H.Mares (as the Prowler) 1970
FA. Ron Fawcett, Gill Fawcett 1982 (over 3 days). Followed the line of some of the aid route 'The Prow Route' (Bob Dearman, J.Gerrard 1963 ) although not the start or middle section. Repeated in a single day by Jerry Moffatt. Claimed as the 'hardest route in the world' in High magazine.
Rooster Booster (P2)
FA. Jerry Moffatt 1982.<br>FA. (The Green Rooster) Ted Kingsnorth 2009
FA. Jerry Moffatt 1982. FA. (as The Cambridge Bolt Route) Rod Brown, Michael White 1964. Ello Ethique is a weird combination climbed by Jean Baptiste Tribout in 1985. It combined Weedkiller with a reverse of Rooster Booster and then most of Sardine - bizarre but impressive.
FA. Dominic Lee 1982. One of the hardest around, named after the inverted mono move. Retro-bolted in 2009
|1984 ||Body Machine|
FA. Ron Fawcett 1984. FA. (Half Decent) Mark Pretty 2008
FFA. Jerry Moffatt 1984 A free version of The Prow Direct start. Soloed by visiting Frenchman Anthoine le Menestral in 1985!,FA. Bob Dearman, M.White 1965
FA. Tim Freeman 1984. Reclimbed by Steve Lewis in 1990 after he himself had spectacularly pulled a small but crucial block off it.
Another Toadside Attraction
FA. Steve Lewis 1984
FA. Jerry Moffatt 1984 Still one of the hardest trad limestone routes in the Peak. It was almost climbed in 1982 by Dominic Lee.
|1985 ||Koran Direct|
FA. Nigel Slater 1985. FA. (Koran) Tom Proctor, D.Baker 1966.,FFA. (Koran) Pete O'Donovan, Chris Craggs 1982
FA. N.Slater 10.85
|1986 ||Chimes of Freedom|
FA. Andy Pollitt 1986. The initial roof had a huge block on it which made the route much easier. It was reclimbed by Ben Moon in 1990 after this had fallen off. FA. (Free and Easy) Chris Craggs, Colin Binks, Martin Veale 1982
Wild in Me
FA. Richard Davies 1986. Climbed as a bold E6 6c but it relied on chipped holds. Reclimbed by Mark Pretty in 1993 after these had been filled in.
Super High Intensity Body Building
FA. Steve Lewis, John MacKenzie 1986
|1987 ||The Whore of Babylon|
FA. Andy Pollitt (3pts) 1987. FAA. (as Brandenburg Gate) Brian Moore, Jim Ballard 1966.
FA. Mark Pretty 1987.<br>FA. (Let's Get Green) Ted Kingsnorth 2009
Bullet the Blue Sky
FA. Pete Oxley 1987
FA. Steve Lewis 1987
FA. Andy Pollitt 1987. Freed only 2 days after a sky-hook aided ascent had been made. Some of the holds were 'comfort-ised'.
Out of My Tree
FA. Andy Pollitt 1987. FA. (PP) Ron Fawcett, Geoff Birtles 1976
Pump up the Power
FA. Ben Moon 1987
FA. Pete Oxley, Brian Tilley 1988.
Mecca - The Mid-life Crisis
FA. Martin Atkinson 1988. The hardest route in the country at the time and completed the day before Martin moved to Switzerland.
FA. Steve Lewis 1988. This route straightened out several hybrids including a Fawcett variation on Sardine, and Bullet the Blue Sky.
FA. Steve Lewis 1988
Introducing the Hardline According to Terrance Trout
FA. Andy Pollitt, Adrian Hughes 1988. Formerly and aid route called Terrance Trout.
Sheikh, Rattle 'n Roll
FA. C.Hardy 31.8.88
|1989 ||The Flushings|
FA. Malcolm Taylor, Jon de Montjoye, Simon Nadin 1989.
Rattle and Hump
FA. Malcolm Taylor 1989
FA. Ben Moon 1990. A replica of the route was even built in a Sheffield cellar. Repeated only twice over the next 10 years.
FA. Ben Moon 1990
FFA. Malcolm Taylor 1992. FA. (The Prow) Bob Dearman, J.Gerrard 1963.
|1993 ||Jehovah Kill|
FA. Jon Welford 1993