Majestic! Climb steeply past the jammed block (technical crux?) then trend right to a shallow groove and ledges below the soaring final crack. This is best climbed quickly after placing high runners. A final short steep wall completes this gem. A harder direct start is possible at E3 6a, up the crack and groove to the right, and is worth a couple of stars. © Rockfax
FAA. Peter Biven, Trevor Peck 1956. FFA. Terry King 1968.
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