Twikker

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Afternoon sun
12 mins
Uphill
Sheltered
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An imposing tall bay with the shallow cave of Lyon’s Corner House and Twikker in its left wall. The area is more sheltered than other spots on the crag but can be green, especially early in the year.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Windrete
14m. The impressive breezy arete has low gear (small wires) and mostly good holds. Bold and airy with some suspect rock.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Reachy
Fluttery
Loose
E2 5b
2
Breeze Mugger
14m. Climb to a break (gear) then make hard moves up before moving left to a finish on the arete of Windrete.
1 user comment
 
Reachy
Technical
Fluttery
Loose
E5 6b
3
Meeze Brugger
14m. Climb the wall first left then right. The hard bit is standing on the only good hold on the lower wall. Finish up suspect...
 
1 Stars
Crimpy
Fluttery
Loose
E5 6b
4
Eros
14m. Low in the grade, the steep crack in the left wall of the bay has good holds and runners though some of the rock is a bit...
6 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
Loose
E1 5b
5
Lyon's Corner House Direct
28m. An excellent and well protected pitch up the long arete, moving right at half-height. The loss of a hold has made the...
13 user comments
 
2 Stars
HVS 5a
6
Lyon's Corner House
30m. A long devious trip up the left edge of the bay that can be split at a belay in the cave but is usually done in one...
7 user comments
 
3 Stars
HVS 5a
7
Erb
28m. From the cave, climb left then right to pass the central overlap awkwardly by finger jamming, laybacking and a tough...
8 user comments
 
2 Stars
Crimpy
E2 5c
8
Twikker
28m. The right-hand side of the cave leads to the lip of the roof which is passed by powerful moves (stepping in from the ledge...
6 user comments
 
3 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
E3 5c
9
Lubric
28m. From the cave trend right to the foot of the smooth corner. This gives good climbing when it isn't choked with grass!
 
1 Stars
Technical
HVS 5b
10
Pinstone Street
28m. The crack right of the corner turns hard (and a bit loose) at the roof. Once past the bulges continue more easily,...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Strong
Loose
E2 5c
11
Diamond Groove
28m. Start at a grass ledge under the centre of the wall and climb to higher ledge. Move left to a groove which leads to a...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
HVS 5b
12
Flapjack
20m. The shallow groove in the left-hand side of the protruding buttress is pleasant. Finish up the prominent crack above.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
VS 4b
13
Neatfeet
20m. Climb the short-lived but bold arete to join the upper section of the previous climb.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
HVS 5a
14
SSS
20m. The stepped groove on the right-hand side of the projecting buttress leads to an exit by the finish of Flapjack.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
VS 4c
15
Winter's Grip
20m. The square-cut arete is a gripper at any time of the year. A couple of hand-placed blade pegs provide reasonable...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
E6 6b
16
Keelhaul
16m. Hard for the grade. The hanging flake on the left wall of the grassy groove is approached up a short corner and gives...
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
Reachy
Loose
VS 4c
17
Crusty Corner
16m. The long groove is pleasant enough though a bit grassy.
 
Loose
S 4a
18
Quiddity
16m. An impressive arete pitch. Fortunately there are more holds and runners than appearances suggest, though it is still bold!
5 user comments
 
1 Stars
HVS 5a
19
Billingsgate
20m. The scoop gives fine technical climbing (past lots of rather tired small-wire slots) to a leftwards exit. Originally...
9 user comments
 
2 Stars
E1 5b
  • Latest Comments

    For MILLSTONE

    Gimcrack
    "5a and hard VS if you follow the jamming crack without a deviation - might be 4c..." 13/Jun

    Coventry Street
    "I wonder if the votes for grading relate just to the bottom bit. The lead crux i..." 30/Mar

    Soho Sally
    "Really good varied climbing - but suffers a bit from lack of traffic - so get on..." 02/Sep

    Whitehall
    "Did this today - well done to whoever cleaned it up - it must have been a messy ..." 17/Aug

    Blind Bat
    "Old peg is actually OK and can be backed up with a friend 1 ish. Good crimping" 04/May

    Regent Street
    "I found the top crack hardest, both feet slipped but bomb proof finger locks and..." 15/Dec top50

    Piccadilly Circus
    "Good varied route when done as a big pitch. The hard section is short lived with..." 26/Oct

    Brimstone
    "E2 for me, but if you're happy hanging out on steep stuff with average holds it ..." 02/Oct

    Dextrous Hare
    "great route, good rp's protect" 15/Jul

    Lotto Direct
    "After the Lotto start (E1 5c), this is pretty easy at 5b max, but run out up the..." 10/Jul

    Oxford Street
    "Did the first pitch combined with Piccadilly Circus, which seemed the most logic..." 01/Jun

    Lambeth Chimney
    "Piece of rock at bottom of crag from recent rockfall in first part of chimney, t..." 12/Mar

    Regent Street
    "Great route, powerful then delicate then technical. Kept me in doubt all the wa..." 20/Aug top50

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