Baxter's magnum opus. A route which will live on in the hearts and minds of the foxes for years to come, blah, blah, blah. Starts off the sloping ledge immediately L of the scramble up to the R side of the cliff. The initial overhanging jam-crack is widely regarded to be the crux, but if you know how to jam it's a piece of piss. Easier climbing leads to the first bolt, then it's on up the flakes tending L across the wall (three more bolts) until forced to traverse L. Just before the corner climb straight up to the last bolt, move R at the steepening, then up R to finish over the overlap.
Chris Baxter, Michael Stone, David Gairns Dec/1978