350m, 7 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The slightly easier climb of the pair on the actual French Pillar is seven pitches long and on great rock. It starts on the left and crosses to the nose higher up. The third and fourth pitches are particularly good, up unlikely soaring jamming grooves. Above the terrace, three long pitches lead up fine cracks to the crest of the buttress. Above the technical climbing is another 200m of N3 scrambling on poorly protected slabs - not a good place to be in the wet. © Rockfax

Odd-Roar Wiik, Adam Stack

HansStuttgart 13/Aug/17 -

Brought two right climbing shoes. Had to follow the hard pitches with one walking boot. Still a good day. Amazing views and camping

mzchambers 28/Aug/16 AltLd O/S

Great climbing on the pillar. Headed up the slab to top out as it's getting dark. A great day but long

Mackinclimb 28/Aug/16 AltLd
Hidden 04/Aug/12 AltLd
Jonas Wiklund ??/2009 -

Link-up with "Norweigan Sheep Range" and "Franska Pillaren".

with Joakim S?derstr?m, Tommy Nilsson
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