Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 18
The huge bow-shaped arete has lots of difficult moves punctuated with good rests. Start at the base of the arete.</br>Boulder-out the leaning arete to a ledge. Move left and climb the arete to a rest on the right. Move to the left of the arete again and make some long moves to another good rest. Continue up the arete before making a fingery move left to positive holds and a lower-off just above.
This is quite hard a bit run out and is not the best warm up in the world. The climbing is good but do not expect a gentle intro to Ansteys!
As Rich says not the best warm-up, probably deserves a plus... good climbing though!