UKH

14m.

Rockfax Description
An amazing effort for its day. Climb the lower slab right of centre to a break and runners. Step right and balance up the slab, using an undercut ear to make a tricky mantel/high step well above the gear. Continue to the next break and escape right. © Rockfax

FA. Frank Elliott 1930.

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Stanage Routes BMC Graded List, Peak Rock/4/ Universities,Teams and Clubs in the 1930's, 3 Star Stanage, Definitive *** Peak Grit

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flatdave 11 May, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: It's not as bold as you think!!! There are good tricams in the pocket on the traverse and the one above to protect the scoop!
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βeta: It's not as bold as you think!!! There are good tricams in the pocket on the traverse and the one above to protect the scoop!
gav p 18 Dec, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Nice route, maybe a bit contrived at the top. I thought the crux in the top scoop was 5b, and found the awkward moves round the bulge at half-height harder and just as bold. Having a long reach probably helps for the top move though.
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βeta: Nice route, maybe a bit contrived at the top. I thought the crux in the top scoop was 5b, and found the awkward moves round the bulge at half-height harder and just as bold. Having a long reach probably helps for the top move though.
Furzy Sleight 4 Oct, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Well, in reply to Mike Raine: That move at the top (the no hands rockover) is definately 5B/C and at that point the only gear (one cam) is way below you, so i would call that E2/3 (Harder than "three steps to heaven"!!!!!)
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βeta: Well, in reply to Mike Raine: That move at the top (the no hands rockover) is definately 5B/C and at that point the only gear (one cam) is way below you, so i would call that E2/3 (Harder than "three steps to heaven"!!!!!)
nige pacer 4 Oct, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: The combination of the two routes in the database is a shame, making the comments confusing. Great Route though(the E2 that is).
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βeta: The combination of the two routes in the database is a shame, making the comments confusing. Great Route though(the E2 that is).
Mark Stevenson 8 Aug, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Backed off this (was leading f7a+ day before) so can't imagine it's E1. Will return when feeling suitably pysched.
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βeta: Backed off this (was leading f7a+ day before) so can't imagine it's E1. Will return when feeling suitably pysched.
Jon Stewart 5 Sep, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: If this was graded E1 5a, I'd have a crack at it and get the shock of my life.
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βeta: If this was graded E1 5a, I'd have a crack at it and get the shock of my life.
The Pylon King 10 May, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: Very nice run out and balancy. camtastic!
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βeta: Very nice run out and balancy. camtastic!

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Grade: E2 5c ***
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