Fine climbing based on the dramatic square-cut arete.
1) 4c, 20m. Steady climbing leads to a large flake perched on the arete. Harder and bolder moves reach the sanctuary of a small ledge. Shuffle right to a shallow chimney-slot and move up this to a flake that leads out left onto the wall and a good ledge just above.
2) 14m. The slabby crack leads to the top. © Rockfax
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