220m, 8 pitches.

Rockfax Description
Enjoyable and varied climbing on good rock. There are equipped belays and some pegs on route.
Start in the gully just right of the prominent roofs of Via Italia '61. There are equipped abseil stations along the route, but this method of descent is not recommended as they follow the line of the ascent, which can be problematic for other parties.
1) II, 25m. Follow a grassy ledge up and right of the gully to a pegged stance.
2) IV, 20m. Climb a vegetated slab direct, follow a crack over a ledge and continue to a stance in a small niche.
3) IV, 35m. Move left out of the niche and climb the left-hand of two parallel cracks towards a roof. Avoid this on its left and continue more easily to a comfortable stance.
4) III+, 25m. Climb a ramp on the left.
5) IV+, 35m. Follow a grassy crack trending right, move left past a bulge and climb a corner to a stance on the right.
6) VI-, 25m. Move left and climb a flake then climb the well-pegged corner, the crux of which is short but steep, then exit right to the belay.
7) IV+, 15m. Step a few metres right then climb a crack direct to a stance below the prominent yellow roof.
8) IV+, 40m. Make an enjoyable traverse right under the roof then climb a crack to reach the final chimney. Climb this more easily to the top. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Takes a line to the right of Rossi Tomasi. VI- or V A0

jcw ??/2014 -
RonnydeWeerd ??/2014 AltLd O/S
with Irene Wunnink
katherinesydney 29/Aug/12 2nd O/S
with greg pasolli, mike kann
beardy mike ??/2012 Lead O/S

Nice route, the "crux" VI- is really not tough at all, very short hard section in a corner crack - felt VS at most and has a sling to pull on if you find it hard. After the crack it traverses onto the face rather than facing the excellent looking corner, which I was disappointed about and feels a little harder. Nice lcimbing overall, with varied pitches.

High VI
Mid VI
Low VI
High VI-
Mid VI-
Low VI-
High V+
Mid V+
Low V+