High danger on the underside of the overpoweringly steep prow. The head-down, inverted nature of the moves near the lip of the prow makes this, objectively, one of the more dangerous Huntsham solos. Blast right from the trunk beneath the arete and ape rightwards up a series of spaced holds to a double-handed jug at 6 metres. Gain poor pebbly holds directly above and then a jug on the lip. A horizontal break above leads to a leftward swing and rock-up; one more move gains the tree at the top.
Martin Crocker 20/Nov/1999