A line and a half! The overhang-strewn corner requires a wide range of manoeuvres and, although polished to a high sheen, it is still a classic outing. Start at the base of the corner.1) 4b, 9m. Squirm up the awkward wide crack to a cave belay.2) 4b, 13m. Back-and-footing and bridging gains the start of a short traverse left on a hanging slab. Move left along the slab and up through a small overhang above it to a stance.3) 9m. The narrowing-corner above ends at a stout tree belay. © Rockfax
FA. T.Patey 1960.
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