A superb route which has a bold reputation but isn't as bad as the old bolt may suggest (if it is even still there).
1) 5c, 23m. Climb the groove past an assortment of pegs, and good wires, until the crack runs out (old bolts up and left). Step right to ledges and move up to hidden slots where good protection is available (large-ish cams). Either drop back down, step left and back up, or simply move left from the gear to gain the hanging groove (peg). Clip the extended peg above and make a hard pull into a hanging groove. Pull out left to a stance and belay on wires (on Delicatessen).
2) 5b, 23m. A fine pitch. Follow the cracks above and continue through the hard section of pitch 2 of Debauchery. Finish direct up a short groove. © Rockfax
FA. Steve Bancroft, Adey Hubbard 1975.
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