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The crux of this route is using micro holds to work your way up the blank slippery face above very small gear, with a tree looming behind you.
Scamper 15 feet up the Radcliffe gully, and start just behind a large tree. Climb the vertical seam in the white rock face to a small ledge. If you start from the ground and don't use the tree, it is harder. The tree can't be reached during the crux though, so doesn't affect the overall grade.
Walk off left to the Uberfall.
Bring micro stoppers, and be prepared to run it out a touch.