Here goes with a description ! ( The route finishes directly opposite the belay stake).
Climb the black crack of Pan to the hole, from here to the obvious shelf at 60 / 70 feet the route weaves between Pan and Class of 86. ( It is pretty climable at any point here but you need to weave around to find the best gear). At the shelf, ( close to C of 86) head left to a big hole with a very obvious undercut in it, two good nuts here, crux pull (pinch grip) on a smooth wall up to the base of a crack, more good nuts and another hard move up the crack to a quartz edge in the crack and a pocket in the face leads to a horizontal flatty on a block more nuts and the final headwall to the top.
tintinandpip - Lead - 19/Aug/14
Pretty much impossible to tell where this goes from the guidebook description. It describes so much traversing right that you'd end up in the mud! Does it finish right of class of 86? I did something that climbs a fair bit of Pan, then finished straight up the hairline crack to the right of the top of Pan. This was about E5 6b, very good, and and obvious line. But nothing like the description. I presume it is 1984, and maybe the guidebook description needs changing. Any clues?
Ged Desforges - 2014
Mike Owen - 01/Aug/87 with Elaine Owen