Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 28
14m. The right-hand crack in the headwall looks innocuous enough but proves to be a struggle. Too fat for fingers and too thin for hands, you could always try and layback it.
Had a go on a top rope. Urgh! Still got the scabs.
I miserably failed on the crux crack (got about half way up before taking a tumble)-three times. I wouldn't try to layback it, that's just a recipe for failure (no's 2 and 3), it's learn to jam or fail. I chose fail but I'll be back to try again. A better climber will probably find this easy, the one who walked up it after me did!
Tricky upper crack - felt harder than any single move on Regent Street, but you can place high runners, try it out, reverse back, rest etc etc. I agree with last comment - jamming skills important, but not just for your hands.
Finally got it. 2yrs on and it's still a bitch. I can now say I enjoyed it, I think.