Low Man

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Afternoon sun
Uphill
5 mins

The west face of Haytorís Low Man keeps itself well hidden from the road and the day trippers milling around on the summit of the neighbouring High Man. The face is an impressive sweep of granite rising to 30m at its central point and with a band of overhangs at 8m. Guidebook page 17.

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1
Outward Bound Top 50
Wild positions at the grade. Head up to the overhang and pull out across the roof on massive holds and with good gear. Just...
5 user comments
 
2 Stars
Strong
HVS 5a
2
The Flier
Much harder than Outward Bound but again the gear is good but less easy to place.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
Strong
E1 5b
3
Raven Wing
Good varied climbing up the arete to the left of Raven Gully.
6 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
VS 4b
4
Raven Gully Top 50
A moorland classic featuring crack climbing of all forms.1) Start on the right side of the flake that sits at the base of...
3 user comments
 
2 Stars
Strong
Pumpy
S
5
Interrogation Top 50
A brilliant climb taking the full height of the central wall. often done as a single pitch.1) 6a. Thin grooves gain a...
2 user comments
 
3 Stars
Technical
Pumpy
E3 6a
6
Aviation Top 50
One of the UKís great HVSís comparable with Suicide Wall at Cratcliffe Tor in Derbyshire. 1) 5b. Climb a short arete to...
10 user comments
 
3 Stars
Strong
Pumpy
HVS 5b
7
Rhinoceros
The counter line to Aviation is a much more difficult proposition. A steep first pitch is the preamble to the tenuous second....
2 user comments
 
2 Stars
Technical
Strong
Pumpy
E3 6a
  • Latest Comments

    For HAYTOR

    Raven Wing
    "Nice climb with a great move onto the arret. Good slab climbing above but with m..." 13/Jun

    Raven Gully
    "Why on Earth would anyone do this in three pitches? Anything more than a single ..." 02/Feb top50

    Aviation
    "I'm a wimp. E1 5b." 24/Oct top50

    Rhinoceros
    "Ah but the second pitch shouldn't be missed. The Aviation traverse is surprising..." 05/Sep

    Aviation
    "HVS 5b feels right. The initial thuggy moves are harder than 5a but very safe. ..." 30/Jul top50

    Interrogation
    "Best done in two pitches so your second can take photos on the traverse" 12/Jan top50

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