10m. Use concretions, some flat holds, and then a line of layaways a metre left of the arête before a big span right gains a jug on the arête and a worrying rock-up onto a concretion housing a cowboy-cemented pebble. No gear to this point. Now, as for Pentumpkin Arete , follow the arête – ooohh what a big drop – to the top. Deadly serious.
Martin Crocker 26/Jun/2010