1) 4a, 12m. Follow the easy corner to a large ledge.2) 5a, 14m. A well-positioned and technically challenging pitch. Traverse delicately out leftwards and then make some technical moves up to the horizontal break. Finish up the superb fluted grooves in the headwall. . © Rockfax
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A great route, delicate traverse and a well protected puzzling crux sequence.
FA. Chris Eilbeck, Pete Lucas, Bill Lounds, Stew Wilson 1968. A well travelled route that was the first line to take on the challenge of the wall and discover the unusual flutings on its upper wall..
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