Route Grade Votings
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A fine climb up the thin crack system in the steep clean slab on the cliff's right-hand side. A very full rack is required for the sustained second pitch. Scramble up a right-trending bushy ramp to a good ledge below the initial crack.</br>1) 5, 30m. Climb up a short wall, then step left into the thin crack which is followed to a good belay ledge.</br>2) 7-, 35m. Jam up a crack on the right and step left to the base of a classic finger-crack in a steep slab. Climb this straight up (very sustained) to a right-trending crack and a troublesome overlap. A difficult final move over this bulge gains a small belay stance.</br>3) 7-, 30m. Climb straight up another steep vertical crack to easier climbing. </br>3) 6-, 30m. The steep vertical (crux) crack can be avoided by climbing the crack on the right (which leads back left to the top of the original crack) at about grade 6-.</br>4) 5-, 30m. Follow a finger-crack on the left, then go diagonally right up easy slabs. Finish up a short corner on the right.
An excellent route on clean rock with great sea views. The crux pitch (the 2nd) is probably only 6+ and it is possible to avoid the 6+ on the 3rd pitch by taking an alternative flake/crack on the right (at about 6-). It's also possible to link pitches 2 and 3.