The front of the Seaward Face is taken centrally by this well-positioned and popular line. Start by negotiating 'The Crevasse' and then traversing 7m to a stance in a small corner.1) 5a, 20m. Move up steeply leftwards through a small overhang to a flake in the wall above and then on up to a horizontal break. From the horizontal break climb up either on the left or right to a good belay ledge.2) 5c, 10m. Above the stance is a corner with a thin black crack in its right wall. Gain the crack, either direct, or from a ledge on the left, and climb it to a ledge and belay. 2a) E3 6a, 10m. A good variation up the corner to the left.3) 4a, 20m. Finish up the groove and broken ground above. © Rockfax
FFA. Henry Barber, Frank Cannings 12/Sep/1974.
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