|22m. With due respect to former ascentionists and guide book writers, this very good climb has a suggested new name of Perses ('son of Perseus'), as it has more than enough independent climbing to warrant it's own identity (and as Perseus now has another, more direct, 'direct'...). |
The 1995 guidebook description remains ok. The initial deviation from Perseus is a little bold, friend 2 useful. After leaving the niche sequence of Perseus at mid. height, the climbing is 100% independent, sustained and absorbing. Fiddly gear, take small wires & micros. Tidied up and led Spring 2015.
Ed Grindley 1970
Submit a new photo of this climb.