331m. Approach from Ogwen Cottages along the old Nant Ffrancon Road. Follow the footpath from the bridge diagonally across the hillside to the base of the cliff.
The scramble starts just to the right of the obvious East Gully (SH 635 612) at a large quartz topped buttress. Continue up, following the ridge line. At times intimidating steep walls appear which can all be skirted if chosen. Be wary of the significant exposure as you look over East Gully if sneaking around to the left.
The ridge peters out into a grassy shoulder but don't loose focus as a final bit of harder scrambling up and around a fin of rock finishes the route. If wanted, this can be skipped by following the faint track leading rightwards.
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