Climb the slippery crack which splits the right-hand side of the slab as it runs leftwards - poorly protected. Move back slightly right and then make a short traverse to a good ledge above the centre of the slab (possible belay). Climb the corner-crack to a ledge then finish direct with care. It is also possible to move right round the arete to a chimney with a loose exit. © Rockfax
FA. Alan Maskery 1952. FFA. Al Parker 1957.
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