The classic of the crag gives sustained and varied climbing. Start below the long arching corner.
1) 4c, 30m. Climb the corner for around 10m and then step right to a small triangular niche (good runner). Head up right to a wedged but solid block (junction with Too Many Hands). Climb more easily up and left to rejoin the crack and follow it to a good stance and block belay.
2) 4c, 14m. Gain ledges just above the stance and climb the corner to the top, starting in the subsidiary corner on its left. © Rockfax
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