Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 24
12m. Devious though with some good moves and a certain logic to the line. Follow Primadonna up the right-hand side of the arete until forced out right below an overlap. Pull over this to reach a second overlap then trend back left (beware of a loose hold) to the upper arete and an exposed finish.
I failed on this route. The move up after the traverse back left looked too hard and I was too scared. Might be an idea to take micowires to protect the traverse right as otherwise it would feel quite bold and the move is quite hard.
A good, interesting route which might be 3 stars except for the very dubious flake (and thus gear) below the final crux.
bold from the start,one step and your'e 10 feet up: ok then to the first crux, this is e1,go right, a wire in the angled crack and go for the right hand corner which is dead safe, put some gear in though; 2 friends in the loose projection left, swing out on the corner and grunt up; nice rest before the finish. Excellent route, 2 stars.
Found the step up and right to be the technical crux as I couldn't quite reach the good handhold from where the footholds peter out.
The arete surprisingly has fantastic jugs