A fine second pitch that is sustained and well protected. Start on the path below a low-angled rib.
1) 24m. Climb the low-angled rib to a good belay in a roof-capped niche.
2) 4c, 24m. Pull steeply up into the groove to the left of the overhang and follow it, and its continuation, to where it divides below the final steep headwall. Follow the left-hand line on big holds to the top. This final section is shared with the top section of Western Wall. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
Good route, if a little short and steep. Follow the obvious groove right of Western Wall.
1. 24m Climb (more like a scramble) the rib to a niche, decent belay here.
2. 25m 4c Climb to the open groove, through a bulge left of the roof and follow to the top.
AJ Simpkin, AH Greenbank Mar/1959.
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