An utterly stunning line on the perfect square-cut arete that looms out like a cleaver from the top of the hillside. Begin with good sidepulls and pinches which lead to a big move up right to a hard-to-see incut. From there, make a precarious pull onto the left side of the arete. Continue to the top relatively easily but with careful footwork and longish moves on good crimps. A very serious, but extremely rewarding proposition. The top may require cleaning. (Taken direct from the guidebook.)

Matt Wilder 2005

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