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|90m, 3 pitches. This remote route is reached by boulder-hopping and scrambling eastwards for about 30 minutes (easier at low tide) from the Henningsvær bridge passing first Geitvika and then the Hamlet Wall.|
1) 4+, 40m. Climb the rib forming the right-hand side of the slab to a belay in the bottom of a wide groove 2m right of a roof/overlap.
2) 5-, 40m. Traverse left under the roof/overlap and pull onto the slab above. Climb this trending right to reach a groove an jamming crack and climb this to a juniper bush. Step right on the undercut arête and climb this in a fine position to a thread belay at a large flake.
3) 4+, 10m. Continue up the arête to the top.
Descent - Make two abseils down the grassy groove 5m to the left of the top of the route, one of 50m and one of 40m - odd slings in place.
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