A descending traverse of the north face before climbing the east (seaward) face directly.
1. 20m A line of flakes lead to a diagonal descending crack. Follow this, then turn the corner to a large bay. Climbed at high water, the pitch may be avoidable at low tide.
2. 20m 4b From the right-hand side of the bay, follow a crack until it steepens (crux) to reach a large block on the ledge above.
3. 20m Continue up the arête in a spectacular position to the top.
T Blakemore, S Thompson 05/Jun/2005