1) 14m. Climb the pocketed wall left then right into the long groove to the right of the big roof and follow this to a leftward exit to a big ledge and thread belays. Quite imposing but very mild.2) 8m. Move left and squirm through the boulder-choked chimney to reach the top. © Rockfax
FA. Fred Pigott 1931.
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