As the name implies, this climb is best left until a period of dry weather when the snow on the summit has gone. The lower half tackles excellent water-worn rock with numerous pockets. The 4th pitch is fantastic. Towards the top the rock quality deteriorates slightly but still provides enjoyable climbing. Take care on the halfway terrace not to follow spaced bolts and tat leading left; the route continues further over on the right.
Start 15m to the right of the highest point of scree on a white section of wall with a small niche at 3m height. Be careful not to follow a set of spaced bolts and tat some 15m to the right.
1) 5c, 2) 5a, 3) 1, 4) 6b, 5) 6a, 6) 2, 7) 6b, 8) 6a, 9) 6b, 10) 5b, 11) 5c, 12) 5a. © Rockfax
FA. Galvagni, Maceri 2004 15/Jun/2004
There are no ascents logged for this climb.