Armblaster Sector

The Armblaster sector topo

Forehead Trombones (7b+)
An obvious flake groove above the 8th stepping stone with a hard bulge above.
F.A. Malcolm Taylor 1989

Sharp Practice (8a+) ★★
The desperate leaning wall above the first steeping stone.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1995

3. Masculine Power Trip (8a+)
The even more desperate overhanging thin crack, shallow groove line.
F.A. Ben Moon 1989 / extension Keith Sharples 1994

4. Mescaline Power Trip (8a)
Tough stuff off a pile of boulders. The bulge above provides a double wammy.
F.A. Mark Pretty 1989

5. Wright-On (7c+)
More bouldery moves onto slab and another double wammy overlap.
F.A. Chris Wright (1pt) 1994. F.F.A Steve McClure 2000?

6. Wright to Left (7c)
Hard moves into hanging groove then the line takes the name of the route, well almost.
F.A. Chris Wright 1995

The Armblaster sector topo

7. Taylor Made (7c) ★★
A fingery start to gain the groove is followed by powerful moves over the bulge to leave it. High in the grade.
F.A. Malcom Taylor 1989

8. Feminine Ego Trip (7c+)
The right-hand exit from the groove with a particularly trying final move.
F.A. Malcolm Taylor 1989 / LH finish Kristian Clemmow 2014

9. Clematis (8b) ★★
A harder finish to Nemesis. NB. Finish on the jugs at the top of the crag and then drop back down to the belay.
F.A. Kristian Clemmow 2011

10. Nemesis (8a+) ★★★
Overhanging fingerboard/cellar climbing to the top. Starts just left of the impressive groove of Monumental.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1994

11. Bricktop (8b) ★★★
Breaks out from Nemesis where that route moves L and climbs directly up the wall above.
F.A. Kristian Clemmow 2010

12. Monumental Armblaster (8a+) ★★★
The major diagonal L to R groove line provides a major classic but is rarely completely dry.
F.A. Sean Myles 1989

13. Malcolm X (8b+) ★★★
The counter line to Monumental which crosses it into even harder terrain.
F.A. Steve McClure 1999

14. Last Eggs Before the M1 (7c+)
The first half of an uncompleted project.
F.A. John Hart 1991

Techno Prisoners (8b+) ★★★
Obvious and nails!
F.A. Bob Hickish 2011

Gran Techo (8b) ★★★
Large roof and left to right flakeline about 25ft left of jug Jockey.
Kristian Clemmow 2011

17. The Jug Jockey (7c+) ★★★
A powerful problem through the centre of the strip roof. Start via crescent-shaped flake.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1990

18. Easy Rider (7c+) ★★
Up Jug Jockey to the roof then swarm right along a break to a tricky exit and easier headwall.
F.A. Mark Pretty 2010

19. Dreadnought (8c) ★★★
Orange-coloured wall, then the roof, then the crux!
F.A. Steve McClure 1999

20. Dreadnot (8b+) ★★
From the lip of Dreadnought follow flakes rightwards to finish on Roof Warrior.
F.A. Haydn Jones 2018

21. Roof Warrior (8a) ★★★
More powerful roof taking the obvious break through the overhangs.
F.A. Keith Sharples 1991