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One 60m pitch to the overlap, then spent ages trying to figure out how to pass. Steep and loseness. Just about psyched myself up to go but decided to retreat given lateness etc.
Led P1, 2, 5. We spent some time traversing left and right, searching for a good/easy way through the steep section on P2, but couldn't find anything that was HVS. Groove on the left looked unstable and gearless, while the OH on the right near the arete was lacking in any positive holds. In the end we chose the steep wall in the middle of the face, which was neither easy nor particularly safe. Seemed like a reasonable HVS with a pitch of E1 mixed in.
Dave Wood, Pete Cawley