This route has varied and interesting sequences and a punchy conclusion. Although older descriptions warn of poor rock, the finish has been stabilised and the condition of the mid. to upper part is improving (but it is still worth placing as much gear as you muster...). Moderator's advice is to make a belay near the lower right hand end of the seaward face and climb it in one pitch from there. A poor condition thread at the end of the rising traverse can be supplemented with a threaded wire.
It is worth having a look at the belay provision beforehand as gear placements take some hunting out (there is a chockstone thread part way down the far side of the pinnacle).
E Grindley, P Littlejohn 09/Jun/1968