45m. A brilliant route marred by a scrappy start. Start at the right end of the grassy ledge where it joins the foot of Abyssinia Chimney. Climb the chossy right side of the lower slab until it meets the cleaner upper slab. Ascend the slab trending left to a deep crack leading to the foot of the impending corner. A belay is possible with thread and nut placements at the top of the crack (rope sling useful). Bridge widely up the corner until thin moves can be made left to a good foothold on the undercut arete. Continue up the headwall on improving holds to the top. Belay well back.
N.Warnes N.J.Smith 20/4/97 20/Apr/1997