The long, low-angled arete is a popular expedition with some excellent sustained climbing on the first pitch.
1) 30m. Climb just left of the rib via slabs and cracks to a ledge and block.
2) 20m. Climb a rib to easy ground and the top. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
The obvious curving ridge line that is the main feature of Truss Buttress.
Start just left of the foot of the ridge, ascend the ridge using cracks until the angle eases (Possible Belay). Continue up a small slab and then ascend the grooves, ribs and ledges of the upper section with increasing ease to belay at the top.
RH Fidler, CE Arnison 07/Aug/1933.
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