12m. The slanting "crack line" at the right side. Up the steepest part of the wall.
Common now to step slightly right at the top of the first crack(that doesnt mean feet on Balmashanner Buttress!), up then back left, the original version climbed direct at this point and is solid 8b+ and may not have had a proper repeat.

Stuart Cameron Jul/1992

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Kris Devlin 13 Aug, 2010 Lead Friday 13th, lucky for some! ;) First redpoint attempt! ...what an effort, dug so deep at the top (felt flashed pumped out my mind!)
with Johnny
Friday 13th, lucky for some! ;) First redpoint attempt! ...what an effort, dug so deep at the top (felt flashed pumped out my mind!)
with Johnny
Cassidy 28 Aug, 2003 Lead RP
with David Cassidy
with David Cassidy
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