Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 20
An exciting climb with just enough protection. Climb The Asp to the good runners then make a difficult hand-traverse (easier for lanky types) to the arete, along a poor set of pockets. Continue boldly up the arete, past one good runner. The Direct Start, 6c is an astounding leap with a high side runner.
There is a crucial and very good pocket that cannot be seen from the ground. Knowing where this is makes a big difference!!!!
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This is definatly 6b and maybe soft E5. You'd come close to the ground if you fluffed the arete move.