Start at a vegetated looking crack system that rises past the right side of an overhang to below a deep V-shaped groove.
1) 4b, 24m. Follow the crack system past the right side of an overhang to a belay under the conspicuous V-groove.
2) 4c, 25m. Ascend the deep V-groove and, at its end, move right to below a narrowing slabby wall. Follow this to a point where it is possible to traverse left around the arete to a belay.
3) 4c, 30m. The crack above is tough to start, and leads to the continuation chimney above that is followed to the top. © Rockfax
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