Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 18
The right-hand arete is tackled via a thin crack. A bit dirty low down, but better than it looks. The top crack and arete are exciting. Start up the right-hand side of the arete.
Better than it looks, the top crack and arete are exciting.
Agree, much better than the description leads you to believe, a harder version of Pregnant Pause.
Well worthwhile, as Brian says a harder version of Pregnant Pause and should clean up as much with traffic.
I thought this was better than Pregnant Pause. Looks very intimidating from the ground but get on it and you'll have a grin on your face all the way. The crux for me was passing the bulge and going through the mid height crack. Above this it's easier and in a great positions.