(The Boy's First Journey At Sea) The thin crack and right-hand edge of the diagonal overhangs. The hard climbing is above the main groove and protection is good.
1) N7, 40m. Climb broken ground to a crack leading to the groove. Climb it then traverse up and left to a rest at the overhang. Continue up the crack above to a good stance.
2) N6-, 45m. Climb a good crack, move across some ledges, then go up the large left-facing groove and overhanging crack to a stance on a small ledge above the top of the steep section.
2a) N6+, 45m. A more direct version of this pitch follows a hand-crack then a narrower fissure. Thinner moves access a ledge and possible stance under the overhanging crack.
3) N3, 10m. Scramble up easy ground to reach the top set of Gandalf's abseil anchors. © Rockfax