Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 6
A long route with an interesting first pitch and a seldom climbed upper one (not described here). From the corner traverse right to gain a hanging groove in the arete. Climb this on large holds to an easing in angle and a belay on the left. Not in current guidebook.
Why not describe the upper pitch? It is better than the first and really out there! You HAVE to face outwards to even see the leader in action.
I'd agree. The top pitch was brilliant, but I've not done it for years and I think the pegs have gone.
Yeah, put the top pitch in and someone might repeg (bolt) it - otherwise it will just fade away!
In 2002 i put a bolt belay in an outcrop above the top ptch of CT.