Route I

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Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
Appointment With Fear
24m. The astounding axe-edge arete may by the most impressive piece of grit in the Peak. Gain the arete from 8m up Route 1 and...
6 user comments
3 Stars
E7 6b
Route 1
18m. A great climb up the long groove that is the main feature of the right-hand side of the cliff. A steep initial section...
7 user comments
3 Stars
HS 4b
Route II
18m. Climb the tricky initial crack (crux) to the Pulpit the tackle the continuation, by climbing out right to a boss then back...
4 user comments
2 Stars
VS 5a
16m. Approach the boss o Route II from the right then balance up the delicate right-trending ramp to a harrowing exit.
4 user comments
2 Stars
E2 5c
Michael Knight Wears a Chest Wig
10m. The wall via loop out left then back right to the arete using a set of snappy pebbles.
2 user comments
1 Stars
E7 6c
Twin Cracks
8m. From the terrace climb the twin cracks, the right-hand one is easier and shorter, the left-hand one is worth HS 4b.
1 Stars
S 4a
12m. The slab right of Squirmer's Chimney with runners in the flake, is a variation on Consolation Prize.
2 user comments
1 Stars
E5 6b
Squirmer's Chimney
12m. The 'other' Wimberry classical rift is just as tight as Starvation and is more of a battle as it goes on longer.
2 user comments
2 Stars
S 4a
The Quiver
12m. The right-hand arete of the chimney.
 E3 5b
Consolation Prize
12m. The bold arete by some frantic moves to a poor rest on the left, followed by the even more committing upper section,...
3 user comments
3 Stars
E5 6a
Slab Gully
12m. The gully bounding the left-hand side of the attractive slab.
Slab Climb
10m. The pleasant left-hand side of the slab is unprotected unless you (sensibly) place gear in the gully at half height.
1 user comment
1 Stars
Herringbone Slab
10m. The centre of the slab with a jig right at two thirds-height. is pleasant and poorly protected. Finishing up the left-hand...
4 user comments
2 Stars
HVS 4c
Groove and Chimney
12m. The obviously named features to the right.
Tap Dance
8m. Climb the fingery wall to a good horizontal then stretch or teeter to the top.
1 Stars
E3 5c
8m. The right-hand line. Climb to the break with difficulty the use a poor pocket to reach a delicate finish up a blind flake.
7 user comments
2 Stars
E3 5c
The Climb with no Name
10m. The steep arete is approached via groove and laybacked wildly on its right-hand side.
1 Stars
E5 6a
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