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Look for a rusty piton about 2.5m above the ground, above a red-stained rock. Climb to the piton then up the cracks above. It is possible to fashion a belay on a ledge below the overhangs or, if you have a very long rope, you could finish the climb as a single pitch through the overhangs and up a mossy groove to glory.
Nigel Shepherd, Kevin Conaglen (FFA), April 1982
Russell Braddock, Pete Swanson, April 1981