175m, 7 pitches.
The original line of the cliff, first climbed in 1933 by the Royal team of Princes Albert and Leopold. The route takes the easiest line up the face, but despite the lowly grade the amount of traversing means the climb is not really suitable for novices. Unfortunately the central section of the climb involves a lot of grazing across grass ledges, though the interesting start and well positioned finish of the climb make it worth doing. Start as for 'La Directissima'.
Sadly the route also suffers from being quite significantly polished like a lot of the classics at Freyr.
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