Go (Photo: Roger Dyke)  



Tegg's Nose Main Wall (Roger Dyke)
Al's floral route (Roger Dyke)
Hope this dandelion has strong roots (Roger Dyke)
Sidewall problem (Roger Dyke)
Gareth high on side wall (Roger Dyke)
So Gareth needed TIGHT (Roger Dyke)
Ding calculates the odds for the next race (Roger Dyke)
Ready (Roger Dyke)
Steady (Roger Dyke)
Go (Roger Dyke)


Tegg's Nose


Curious soles whose toes followed their nose: Andy S, Al M, Trish C, Gareth W, Carolyn M, Mark A, Roger D, Ding, James W, Nick A, Oscan Y, Philip and Andy

Eventually the time came when the Teggs Nose dream was realised, and with a lovely sunny evening, a beautiful sunset, some high altitude gardening opportunities and steel bars to abseil from, it didn't disappoint. Those who arrived first bagged some early solo routes, then with the small crag at almost full capacity, every recorded route was then climbed by somebody at some point, with a handful of other unrecorded routes also being done in between. Although intriguing, the nearby leather bar was snubbed in favour of Puss in Boots for drinks afterwards, where Wilton 3 was chosen for next week.

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