Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 69
Climb the right-hand edge of the slab then reach the hanging groove by a traverse from the right. Enter it by a puzzling layback sequence then bung in some gear and sprint to safety. The hardest of the old Stanage Extremes!
A couple of lovely moves. Very well protected, not sustained, cannot be more than E1, or it it easier for the tall?
The crux starting move from the break is manicly reachy. Im 5'9" and could only reach the lower part of the layback hold (which i subsequently let go of when i fell off).
Good route, great gear, if you can jam you'll find it E1
Steady and considerably more amenable that one might think. A couple of tricky moves and loads of good gear. Short but fun.
Not sure what you guys are on about. The hardest E2, with the hardest 5c crux, I've ever done. Took me a couple of goes, and rest of the groove is still quite pressing.
Bit of a fiddle getting the wire in after the crux. Another quality little route, sums up gritstone climbing for me.