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A magnificent, long crackline that defines the right-hand edge of Great Wall. It is good as described here but the Jelly Roll variation is probably the best, and it is a bit easier!
1) 5a, 25m. The drainpipe crack is often wet. This leads to a stance on the ramp on the right.
2) 5c, 38m. Continue up the increasingly-steep crack to a grassy ledge.
3) 5a, 20m. Climb the corner (tricky) then easier cracks to the Eastern Terrace.
FA. J.Brown, J.Smith 1957. FFA. A.McHardy 1970