Main Wall Left

Two Tier Main Wall left topo

1. To Boltly Go (7b+)
Start up the groove and move right via a good hold onto the blunt arête. Climb this then over the slight bulge. Head leftwards to the bolt belay on Hunger Strike.
F.A. Mark Rankine 2021

2. Stogumber Club (7c)
Fierce face climbing to the break. Traverse right to finish up Entrée.
F.A. Richie Patterson 1996

3. Entrée (8a)
A font 7C boulder problem guards entry to the short groove above.
F.A. Chris Gore 1990

4. Kali Yuga (8b) ★★★
Classic hard face climbing Cheedale style.
Rupert Davis 2003

5. Flow (8a+) ★★
More of the same but slightly easier. Don’t use holds on Countdown though!
F.A. Rupert Davis 2003

6. Countdown (7b) ★★★
Intense fingery face climbing via a vague shallow groove.
F.A. Ron Fawcett 1981

7. Darl pitch 1 (7a) ★★
A super line via the obvious shallow groove.
F.A. Gabe Reagan 1976

8. Why Me? (7c) ★★
A popular and fingery line centred around difficult undercut.
F.A. Gary Gibson 1986

9. Orange Sunshine (7c+) ★★
A steep and desperate line up the nose of buttress.
F.F.A. Jerry Moffatt 1984

10. Lockdown (8b) ★★
Left as an open project for 3 decades this route was finally climbed in 2020 during the Covid pandemic.
F.A. Ben Moon 2020

11. Boring (7b+)
A poor and unpopular line that ends up too close to the next route.
F.A. Seb Grieve 1990

12. Ninth Life E6 6b ★★
The infamously bold shallow groove line with ground fall potential. A peg, a wire and a skyhook sort of protect it.
F.A. Jonny Woodward 1992

13. Daylight Robbery (7b) ★★
Powerful climbing up the flake gives access to the fingery upper wall. 4 bolts protect. Falling off while clipping the third would be a bad idea.
F.A. Chris Hardy 1989

14. Ra (E4 6a)
The obvious big flake line is an old trad route. Poor climbing but a useful landmark.
F.A. Jim Reading 1976

Two Tier Ninth Life section topo