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Take care with loose pebbles when lowering off.


Much confusion as to the line and grade in the upper section of this route. The line to the left of the arete takes a steep wall, is technical, & goes at 6a or 6a+. The first bolt-line right of the arete goes at about 5+ using a large flake, with 'thank god' holds. Elderly & dubious anchor at the top, although it can be backed up using a small tree!
sarah p - 23/Dec/02

Agree regarding the confusing line of the upper section - still not entirely sure whether I did this, pleniluni, or solstici! A hopeful step-over was required to find a previously almost invisible bolt with some steep, fairly runout climbing to the finish.
luke - 22/Apr/03

Clip the left hand line of bolts, using holds on the arete near the top - exposed, yes - route finding problems, nah.
pied piper - 18/Oct/04

No problem with route finding just keep to the left hand line. An exciting and exposed finish makes it a very worthwhile route. Steep for 5+ but then aren't they all in this area!
Brian Wilkinson - 03/Apr/06

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