26m. A worthy companion to South Seas, with similarly poor gear and some unreliable rock. But worth a look on top rope.
For the confident & careful, starting up Afterglow (or Seaward Edge) but traversing out right to the 'v' gives a potential solo option for the finish of the Long Traverse in unfavourable tidal conditions which may be more appealing than soloing Storm Child.

C Nicholson 29/Jan/1983

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