A strong line and good climbing make this a popular and impressive undertaking. Start about 10m right of the point where the approach path begins to drop down to the main area below a long corner.1) 18m. Climb up the corner on good holds to a smooth ledge, and a little further on another good ledge and belays.2) 30m. Bridge and jam away up the corner above until just above a couple of large chockstones. Climb the right-hand wall to the top. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
Now clean. Often queued for. Best done in one runout, though it could be split into three pitches, if required. Large gear useful. Start halfway up the steps, and 5 metres to the side, below the gully.
1) 3a. Climb the gully, past where it narrows near the top (chockstones); then climb the short wall on the right, to gain belays.