Route Grade Votings
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A big route which finishes at the hanging corner on the right side of the great block-overhang near the top of the cliff.</br>1) 5+, 40m. A wall leads to a long groove; up this to a ledge. Be aware of a band of loose rock on this pitch.</br>2) 6a, 30m. Up the sustained wall to a good ledge on the left.</br>3) 6b, 40m. The tough wall leads to a short groove and belay.</br>4) 6a, 20m. Head left up a ramp (loose blocks at the start and higher up) to the base of the groove.</br>5) 6a, 25m. Finish up the chimney groove above.
Once again, add one grade to each pitch, in accordance with the local guide. An impressive steep line. The first pitch has a loose rock band that requires care. The third pitch is a fantastic orange wall that is easier than it looks. The last pitch climbs a huge undercut, overhanging pillar that looks like the next storm will dislodge. However it withstood a 5.2 earthquake the next day
This felt much harder than 6b to me!