Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 12
A fine little expedition which has good exposure, a sense of adventure (for a sport route) and a tricky finish. With a 60m rope you can do it in one pitch and lower-off as long as you take care with the rope-drag. There are a number of bogus bolts and lower-offs above the first stance. 1) 6a. Climb the crack and over the roof on good holds. 2) 6b+. Move left from the stance and up to the open groove splitting the roof. Work out the moves carefully, and then commit yourself to the tricky sequence through the roof.
Fantastic as a one-pitcher. Getting over the top roof is **interesting**!! and feels well exposed as you stare down between your legs straight at the deck.
The bolt at the roof-lip is old and rusty. Except of that, fantastic route.
Very nice route offering a stunning panorama once you've reached the chains. The technical part seems to have quite a few possible solutions, our group found 3 different solutions, all of which seems to work fine.