Route Grade Votings
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15m. Up and right of the main buttress is a small tower. This route gains a couple of cracks from below and right. Not in current guidebook.
The first ascent was by one John Driskell with 1 point of aid in June 1969 after some gardening to remove ivy. He was seconded by Norman Elliott. The name is derived from a Hienrich Harrier quote that went something like "It takes a truely creative man to seek out the unknown" in this case reffering to the clearing of the ivy to reveal the route,