A great top pitch that heads up the leaning white headwall at its highest point. Start on the huge boulders right of the sea cave.1) 5a, 20m. As for Oceanid.2) 6a, 24m. Move diagonally left, then back rightwards above an overhang to a small ledge and a peg. Follow the tapering crack above, past a large, wedged cornflake, to fingery moves that gain the final, slightly broken wall. Belay on fence posts. The crack has lots of pegs insitu, however some of them have very narrow eyes, so some narrow-nosed karabiners will be found useful to clip them. © Rockfax
FA. Brian Snell, Keith Knight (aided) 21.2.1976. FFA. Steve Monks, Steve Findlay 28.11.1981.
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