A high quality climb on very good rock, with a lot of fixed protection. Start on a grassy ledge at the base of the line.From the left-hand side of the ledge, climb boldly up a small corner in the blunt arete to double pegs which may be missing. Move up to a peg in the wall above and traverse left to a small corner which leads to a hole, thread, peg and good nut. Move up to the overhang above, peg, and make a difficult move to get established above it, peg. Climb the weakness above to the shallow depression with two bolts in its left wall and climb it to its end, from where moves left reach an abseil station. © Rockfax
R Harrison (A C Willmott, D J Hermalin with 2 pts aid 10/Jun/1972) 07/Jan/1978.
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