A cracking line right up the middle of the cliff. Start in a corner below the pair of 'eye-like' caves. The first pitch is mossy but the crucial holds tend to be clean when dry.
1) 4c, 14m. Climb a corner and mossy crack above to a belay in the left 'eye'.
2) 5a, 14m. Makes some steep moves out of the 'eyes' and climb the crack/chimney above to a stance and belay in a small niche.
3) 5a, 22m. Climb up a rib on the right to a thread and then continue via a delicate slab to easier territory and a groove that leads to the top. © Rockfax
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