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Right of Pinnacle ridge

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 22 Mar Solo O/S
georgenvk 22 Apr, 2019 Solo
Tom McCabe 26 Feb, 2019 Solo rpt
Hidden 4 Dec, 2018 AltLd O/S
JonLongshanks 19 Jun, 2018 Solo O/S Very good...
with Bertie, John Fleetwood
Very good...
with Bertie, John Fleetwood
Tom McCabe 19 Apr, 2018 Solo rpt Prefer the buttress style, and less escapable scrambling on this to the blockiness on pinnacle ridge. Stay near the right hand side apart from the airy leftwards ledge traverse.
Prefer the buttress style, and less escapable scrambling on this to the blockiness on pinnacle ridge. Stay near the right hand side apart from the airy leftwards ledge traverse.
Tom McCabe 17 Sep, 2017 Solo O/S First half was very good. Didn't bother with the huge traverses shown in the guide.
First half was very good. Didn't bother with the huge traverses shown in the guide.
Hidden 17 Jan, 2017 -
Hidden 28 May, 2016 2nd
DavidWilby 28 May, 2016 Lead Went up Pinnacle Ridge, came down the gully to the right and went back up Broad Buttress.
with Tim, AnnaBienkowska
Went up Pinnacle Ridge, came down the gully to the right and went back up Broad Buttress.
with Tim, AnnaBienkowska
Wesley Orvis 16 Jun, 2013 Lead not worth the two stars a bit scrappy and don't bother with the traverse go straight up left of the pinnacle.
not worth the two stars a bit scrappy and don't bother with the traverse go straight up left of the pinnacle.
csh.1000 14 Jan, 2012 2nd
with Tony, John, Mike
with Tony, John, Mike
MikeDowsett ?Jan, 2012 AltLd
Mayaculpa 5 Apr, 2009 - How hard can scrambling be when used to grade 1 and occasional grade 2 ? Team of 3. High up, we went too far right, which led to a problematic reversal. We had just enough tat between us to 'protect' climbing down without resorting to canibalising rucksacks. Back on route the final crux was just as frightening. This route marked the turning point to climbing with ropes.
How hard can scrambling be when used to grade 1 and occasional grade 2 ? Team of 3. High up, we went too far right, which led to a problematic reversal. We had just enough tat between us to 'protect' climbing down without resorting to canibalising rucksacks. Back on route the final crux was just as frightening. This route marked the turning point to climbing with ropes.
Iain Thow 12 Dec, 1990 Solo
with Graham (Wingco), Tony (BP), Liz Jolley
with Graham (Wingco), Tony (BP), Liz Jolley
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Low Water Beck

Grade: 3 ***
(Low Water Crag & Low Water Beck)