First Cliff

(10 routes)

The first cliff, has some broken-looking lines, continuing round to the SW face there are two prominent parallel cracks.

Type: 
Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Guernseyman's Warmup 10
0
wire representing trad
The LH crack with two small chockstones.
Nathan Crabb, 2012.
Who Killed Roger Rabbit? 12
0
wire representing trad
The central crack with small matagouri.
Alan Hill, 2012.
Donnie Darko 19
0
The elbow-shaped RH crack.
Nathan Crabb, 2012.
Double Crabbing 16
0
wire representing trad
Obvious easy-angled V-groove with shrubs at its foot. From the foot of the groove move up and L to follow the arête.
Nathan Crabb, 2012.
Time For Tea? 10
0
wire representing trad
The V-groove.
Alan Hill, 2012.
Totara Arete 15
0
wire representing trad
15m L of the cracks is a clean arete above small totara.
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth 2008
Double Stager 17
0
wire representing trad
The parallel cracks and overhang.
Peter Whitworth & Alan Hill 2008
Nativity 18
0
Start from the foot of the V slot a few metres R. Climb up and L to ledge below small shrub, then up groove.
Nathan Crabb, 2012.
Pig’s Ear 16
0
wire representing trad
The V slot a few metres R
Peter Whitworth & Alan Hill 2008
Shamalot 19
0
wire representing trad
To the R is a corner capped by a triangular OH. Move R at OH to finish.
Alan Hill 2008
Attribution: 
Allan Hill