A powerful pull over the low overhang a couple of metres right of the crack of All for One... (just left of a low sapling) gains the wall above and a ledge. From the left, head up to a slabby area and then on up to a small pillar. Climb up until a leftward line leads to the big tree on the edge of the cliff © Rockfax
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