The Prow

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Sun and Shade
Uphill
5 mins
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Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Peanuts
16m. Climb across the right wall of The Corner to ledges around the arete (possible stance) then step back left and cross to...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
HVS 5a
2
Horrock's Route
14m. Climb rightwards from the steep groove in the arete to ledges (possible stance) then take the groove behind to reach easy...
1 user comment
 VS 4b
3
Fingernail
18m. Climb to the prominent 'hook' then traverse left before climbing straight up to the ledge. Step out right and traverse the...
7 user comments
 
2 Stars
S 4a
4
Orange Peel
18m. From the 'hook' stride right then climb straight up to join the upper part of Fingernail.
 
1 Stars
S 4a
5
Flingle Bunt
20m. Layback the pointed flake then climb straight up the wall to the Eastern Terrace (possible stance). Move left along ledges...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
VS 4c
6
Sarah
Between Flingle Bunt and Fingernail, follow a fairly grubby line past two ledges to a 15ft space of unprotected rock (between...
1 user comment
 
Fluttery
HVS 5a
7
Spider Crack
18m. Layback round the roof the climb the wall to ledges. Take the wide crack in the wall just to the right to finish.
 
1 Stars
HVS 5a
8
Jubilee Climb
18m. Climb straight up the wall to join and follow Spider Crack. Step left and climb the thin crack in the upper wall.
1 user comment
 E2 5c
9
Eastern Terrace
28m. The long stepped ledge system is the easiest route in the quarry. If you have a hard time on this, its back to the wall.
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10
Lazy Friday
18m. Start up Cameo but at 8m move out onto the wall and climb this boldly to easier ground avoiding leftward escape.
6 user comments
 
2 Stars
Fluttery
E4 5c
11
Cameo Top 50
18m. The seam left of the arete gives excellent climbing though the gear (small wires) is a little spaced, one for a steady...
10 user comments
 
3 Stars
Fluttery
HVS 5a
12
Christina
14m. Climb the narrow front of The Prow to a ledge, mantel on this and teeter into the short groove on the left to finish.
3 user comments
 
2 Stars
VS 4c
13
Christine Arete
14m. The left-hand arete of the Inside Face of The Prow is bold and fingery. Gear is often placed out right at mid-height...
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
E3 5c
14
Dawn
14m. Jam the fine crack then continue via a couple of niches to a steep finale. The left-hand crack throughout is a pumpier,...
6 user comments
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
HVS 5b
15
Innominate
14m. A 'namless' eliminate tackling the hairline crack until the undercut flake on the face above can be reached. Follow this...
3 user comments
 
Technical
E3 6b
16
Eliminate
18m. Climb the groove then traverse awkwardly right along ledges to the groove of Rambling Route. Finish up its left arete.
3 user comments
 
2 Stars
VS 4c
17
Ann
14m. The once pegged crack leads to ledges. Power up the twin cracks in the groove to finish. Eschewing the left-hand crack is...
6 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
E1 5b
18
Cheat
14m. Climb the wall via a thin crack to ledges then attack the upper face by a line of (small) chipped holds. Bold and bizarre.
12 user comments
 
2 Stars
Fluttery
E3 5b
19
Rambling Route
14m. Ramble up the chimney on the right to the ledge out left then take the groove directly above.
 
1 Stars
VD
20
Bird Chimney
12m. The wider chimney is normally quitted leftwards where it narrows. No need for squawking if you cruise this one.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
S 4a
21
Flywalk
12m. A line of flat holds runs leftwards across the wall to a (well jammed?) block, finish through a small roof.
5 user comments
 
2 Stars
VS 4b
22
Flytrap
8m. The short-lived groove above the start of Flywalk gives a short struggle to a rightward exit.
1 user comment
 HVS 5a
23
Goon
14m. The crack that splits the upper half of the first section of rock is reached directly from below up the delicate face
 
1 Stars
HVS 5a
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  • Latest Comments

    For WILTON 1

    Cameo
    "I thought the gear was bomber, tricky bits always separated by rest ledges, and ..." 11/Jun top50

    Cheat
    "pretty standard for E3 5b. how hard you think will depend how many times you ch..." 12/May

    Fingernail
    "Tried this today, struggled to get off the ground the left start is a lot harder..." 21/May

    Chocolate Girl
    "Apparently reachin the crack is the crux, and the 'four pegs' might be better de..." 24/Mar

    Adrenaline
    "Reclimbed the other day by T.Dunn after the loss of the flake hold at the base o..." 10/Aug

    Supercrack
    "superb - would be a total classic if it didnt get so dirty. E3, despite some of ..." 19/Apr

    999
    "Would be worth 3* if it wasnt so dirty..." 13/Apr

    Max
    "probably is E3 (for being sustained) though low in the grade. start is not serio..." 05/Jul

    999
    "The crux is the bottom. The top is easy." 20/Jun

    Flingle Bunt
    "I thought that both the start move (line as described in the CC guide) and the m..." 19/May

    Eliminate
    "Really rated this, thought the traverse looked a bit of a cop out from the groun..." 02/Mar

    Sobeit
    "This is a fine companion to Supercrack tick both for a crack fantastic evening!?..." 14/Aug

    Lazy Friday
    "the description here is slightly wrong though. You don't really climb the wall t..." 05/Jun

    Paradox
    "Less-intimidating to climb than to look at! and you don't actually have to jam ..." 23/Apr

    Sobeit
    "A quality route with some nice jamming in the upper crack. Just run rightwards a..." 04/Mar

    White Slabs Bunt
    "A substantial, impressive and rewarding outing. Some good and very committing mo..." 20/Sep

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