2004 Climbing Diary

This table is little more than an electronic version of a notebook that I keep each year about the climbs that I do. Note that I have only ever recorded those routes in the extreme grades. It may be elitist but in its own peculiar way it forces me to attempt routes that are close to my limit in order to keep the average grade up.

There are links to any trip reports or photos in the notes column.

Note that bolted routes are included in this list and are given French Gradings indicated by F before the grade.

DateRoutesNotes
21 FebruaryRobin Procter Scar
Subterranean Homesick Blues F6a+ Second One awkward section.
Tombstone Blues F6a Second Quite easy.
Wheels on Fire F6a+ Second Good climbing.
22 MayRylstone
The Hot Line E1 Second Just taking it easy before doing the BGR.
13 JuneRobin Procter Scar
Second Wind F6a+ Led One awkward section.
Wind of Change F6a+ Led One awkward section almost shared with the above.
Tombstone Blues F6a Second Quite easy.
11 JulyRobin Procter Scar
Tombstone Blues F6a Led Thought that I had better lead it for once.
Subterranean Homesick Blues F6a+ Led The crux has moved due to a hold coming off.
Wheels on Fire F6a+ Second Felt a lot easier than last time.
S'portingle Wall F6b Second A real one move wonder.
Tradesman's Entrance F6b+ Second A two move wonder for this one.
18 JulyRobin Procter Scar
Wheels on Fire F6a+ Led Now a warm up route! Johnny Adams in the groove and at the crux
Tombstone Blues F6a Led Again!
Yellow Edge F6a+ Led Not particularly good.
Knocking on Heaven's Door F6a+ Led One awkward move really.
The Flying Horseman F6a+ Led A two move wonder, which is a really poor piece of climbing.
5 SeptemberHorseshoe Quarry
The Director's Cut F6a+ Second Slopey and sweaty
Porgi Amor F6a+ Led Would have been even better if the groove went all the way to the top.
Foreign Tongues F6a Second A bit loose in places.
Bad Boys Ink F6a Second A poor route.