A neat little highball up the right side of the arete - worth a single star but no more. Squirm onto the ledge then make very brave moves to reach a smaller ledge, and continue to join the Midas Touch.

Smelly Fox 09/Apr/15 Solo β

Escaped up Inca Trail a few months back. Pretty exciting after the crux...

Dr Toph 28/Sep/13 Solo rpt

Without touching the arete til after the ledge, just to see if it would go.

gsevans 24/Aug/13 TR
Mhairi G 04/Sep/12 TR
with Patrick
Dougie Harvey 25/Jul/12 2nd β
Alasdair Fulton 25/Jul/12 Lead O/S

Bold, but on good rock and not escapable. Worthwhile. Got a decent shot of adrenaline!

with Dougie
Wicamoi 20/Jul/12 Lead O/S

Lovely clean and solid rock: a real pleasure to climb. Mindful of the hideous landing though (a bounce and tumble onto, at best, ankle-snapping boulders) I took a forever over The Move. When I eventually worked out the best method, having spent a very long time up and downing another option, it didn't take long to commit to it, and all was well. Above is a thrilling but not frightening mantle. And then the first gear arrives, just when it's no longer necessary. An exciting problem to climb, but I pity my belayer. Would be a great solo. Postcript: I climbed the wall direct to the mantle-shelf move (avoiding the arete because I assumed it was 'out' because it seemed too easy).

with Daf
Dr Toph 12/Sep/10 Solo O/S

nice balancey and committing problem.

Denpov 13/Aug/10 TR O/S


Alejandro S 17/Jul/10 Lead RP

First E3! Totally underrated route. Super bold lower section. Awesome climbing with balancey mantelling on sloping holds above boulders. What more can you want?

with kchink
Stewart B 17/Feb/07 Lead β

Fekking bold - boulder problem start is good and the arrete is frightening. Only piece of pro comes well after both cruxes. Exilerating!

with Mike, Ben, Paul
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