Type: Trad, Aid, 1500 ft (455 m), 12 pitches, Grade V
FA: FA: Sean Isaac and Andreas Taylor, 1997. FFA: Jonathan Copp and Tim O'Neill, 2001.
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Shared By: nelsras on Aug 11, 2012
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On the Southeast face of Bustle tower. 12 pitches of quality granite up one of the most aesthetic towers in the cirque. Named after route topo drawn on a girly magazine of the same name found in a waterproof case at the bivy site in Fairy Meadows. Left of the SE Face Route. Follows left facing dihedrals over a big drippy roof on pitch six. Goes free at mid 5.11, if pitch six isn't too wet. Do it in a day, or fix the first few pitches then fire it the next day.


(2-3) sets of cams from #00 to 5"
(2) sets nuts
Lots of long runners
(2) 60m ropes
It goes clean easily, no pins needed.