The often-occupied low-angled arete of exquisite granite is the best introduction to the easier routes at Bosigran. Start at the base of the arete.1) 22m. Climb up the steep right-hand side of the arete on generous holds for 5m and then, as the angle eases, step left on to the arete itself and follow it to a stance and spike belay.2) 18m. Continue up the arete to a terrace and various belays.3) 19m. Move to the back of the bay and climb steep cracks to the top. © Rockfax
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