The prominent gully on the far left of the crag gives a good and varied route
1) 3, 60m. Climb the gully, passing various chockstones (dependant on snow level) to belay in an easier-angled bowl of snow
2) 3, 30m. Climb the short icefall in the continuation gully (can be passed on the left at Grade II) and continue into the gully up and left
3) 1, 140m. The long snow-gully leads to the top. Various belay options exist. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
The pleasant deepish gully joining the left-hand ridge of the face. The lower portion of the gully is blocked by two or three large boulders, If banked out these are passed at around grade 2, if not they're probably around grade 3 (and II/III is a more appropriate grade for the route). After these a snowy bay is reached, this is blocked by a short steep ice fall (3) either climb this or if it isn't formed climb snow and turf on the left at grade 2. Continue easily up the gully to the ridge and follow it to the summit.
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