36m. The most inexplicably ignored line in the area was been tidied up and led Sept. 2017.
A blue nylon hand line guides the scramble up to two well-spaced belay pegs.
Plenty of small & med. sized gear placements supplement the 3 peg runners.
Mini-wires are essential for the rounded slab above the flake band at two-thirds height which gives the hardest tech. moves.
The original line takes one step left at the flake band, climbs directly up the rounded slab to a peg, then traverses left to good holds. The Sept. 2017 lead took an easier path at this point, following a rising traverse further left to another flake (peg) and continuing directly to the good holds, reducing the overall grade to E4 6a.

P Bull 21/Jul/1990

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JendeHoxar 11 Aug Show βeta
βeta: Care required with the blue rope on the approach scramble. One rope has snapped at the top of the scramble, so the remaining rope is on a single peg (rather than two equalised pegs). This rope was originally composed of three strands of nylon; one of the remaining three strands has worn right through. Don't know if it's possible to approach the route by abseil, but this might be worth considering.
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βeta: Care required with the blue rope on the approach scramble. One rope has snapped at the top of the scramble, so the remaining rope is on a single peg (rather than two equalised pegs). This rope was originally composed of three strands of nylon; one of the remaining three strands has worn right through. Don't know if it's possible to approach the route by abseil, but this might be worth considering.
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