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The first route through the spectacular overhangs on the left side of the wall. Nine pitches – the
James Jenkins, Lindsay Main, 1980
This line appears to be
This line appears to be incorrectly drawn on the Hourglass topo. It follows a left slanted groove which is most prominent through the great roof and the pitches above.
The crux pitch involves steep bouldering over notably loose blocks. The blocks have been whipper tested with great results, caution still required and watch for loose holds lurking on the face above.