This very hard project has three hard moves, the first being a slap to a sloper (7a+). For the next move you need to adjust and reach right for the arete, grade (?) The next move is probably a one arm pull from the pinch on the arete, grade (?) then gain a two finger pocket with the left hand. After that the right hand moves to a crimp and adjust the feet and pop to the top!
The location is on the coast a couple of miles north of Scarborough, with a short walk in along the beach or a roped descent in and out used by beach fishermen.
A quick visit on Friday with Scott, confirmed that the project would take a lot of hard work and training and would need plenty of sessions working the moves. So with too much work to do on the guide some lucky punter can have it. Enjoy!
Creek Point Boulders, combine a day out with Stoupe Brow and you have a quality hard circuit and projects for any climbers limit
Scott Gibson on the sloping rail on Creek Wall - about 7a+ if it was dry. Classic
The second hard move on the project
A nice little Font 5+
Scott on the fine sharp leaning arete from sit Font 6a