Type: Trad, Alpine, 240 ft (73 m), 6 pitches
FA: K. Ward, H. Gibson, 1907
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Shared By: Seleucus on Sep 29, 2018
Admins: Chris Owen, Euan Cameron

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Description


1) Move up a grassy rib and move left until you're a few feet right of a chimney.
2) Move awkwardly left into the chimney and go up the chimney belaying at the top.
3) Instead of continuing up the corner ahead, move up blocky holds on the left of the rib.
4) Continue up various rises until you reach a ledge, to the left is a depression full of grass and on the right is an imposing corner.
5) Move left onto the grass and move upwards on easy terrain until you come to massive flakes. Climb the flakes and make an airy step left onto the headwall. Move up a few feet to a belay.
6) Continue up the rib until the terrain eases. 

Location

The start of the route is 15 feet left of a large block called The Capstan. 

Protection

Bring cams, nuts, and slings.

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