Bottom section is easy with a few moves into a perfect crack which leads you to the small two fingers pocket (around French 6c). From the pocket, make a desperate move to a very poor sloper and half dynamic move to better holds there after, (crux- around Font 7C+) Top section is a much easier but sketchy (French 6a). No grade as been given currently but Sandstone French 8b is suspected, further ascents will help confirm this.
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Peter Wycislik 18/May/2020.
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