Hidden Wall (upper)

(5 routes)

The climbs start off a large ledge which is accessed via either Proximity Infatuation or Safety in numbers.

Type: 
Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
The unknown 23 18m
0
wire representing trad
18m. Bolts, wires and small CD’s. From the Belay of GA hand traverse left then mantle up in to the large corner. From the top of the corner move right and up, crux. Steep laybacks lead to more moves right then up to a ledge and belay.
Paul Rogers, Steve Walker, Apr 1993.
20 Groove Armada 23 29m
3
9bolts
The easiest way to get to a good belay for Groove Armada is for the belayer to clip the first bolt of JR and traverse left to the first bolt of GA. Clip this then lower to the belay ledge. Fantastic climbing up a series of grooves, to the very top of the crag.
Paul Rogers, Will McQueen, Nov 2002.
21 Jon's Route 26
0
Steep cranking through roof then delicate face climbing above. Barn door hell!
Jon Sedon, April 2002.
22 Tardomania 26 20m
0
wire representing trad
. bolts, wires and CD’s to#3. This open corner, roof and groove line was originally an A0-20 but has since been freed with a direct start straight from the belay.
Bolted by Mark Sedon, April 2002.
23 On the Prow 24 12m
3
5bolts wire representing trad
five bolts #1-1.5 CD. This climb starts off the right-hand end of the ledge. Use the CD to protect initial moves off the ledge. Climb the blunt prow through a small overlap moving left then up to the belay. Sustained and pumpy
Paul Rogers, Jon Sedon, Nov 2002.
Attribution: 
Craig Jefferies