The slabby rib left of the deep gash of West Jordan Gully is a beautifully positioned climb that is sustained but never desperate. Start just to the left of the base of the gully.
1) 4b, 40m. Climb to a grassy ledge, then go up the slab to a slight overlap and steepening. Move up just right of the overlap and head directly up the slab left of the arete to a ledge and belay.
2) 4b, 35m. Head up to the left before moving back right. Climb the bold slab to below a prominent block. Move left under the block and climb up its left side to a rib that leads to the top. © Rockfax
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