Originally the cause of some controversy, this route involved a lot of highly visible cleaning. It ascends the gradually disappearing pale stripe up the upper right-hand face of The Goat's front face. Each of the main pitches has a short aid section at the start then some strenuous jamming. Carry a few blades and lost arrow pegs for the aid.
1) 30m. Climb steep exposed and scary grass and ferns to reach a ledge at the foot of the prominent crack system.
2) N7, 45m. Climb the serious crack (the first 8m can be aided at N6+/A2) and continue up a thin vertical crack until a hollow flake can be free climbed to a possible stance. Belay or continue up the off-width to easier cracks and a small stance on the right.
3) N6+/A1, 35m. Aid the smooth face on the right (2 bolts) then free climb up the exposed and strenuous right-trending crack. © Rockfax
FA. Ed Webster, Odd-Roar Wiik 12.8.1991. This was after spending two days cleaning the route. They were met upon their descent after one day of cleaning by a local policeman and the Svolvær Mountain Rescue team. Their dislodging of loose rocks and warning 12/Aug/1991
There are no ascents logged for this climb.