This route ascends the biggest bluff to the highest point. A large corner rises from a major bend in the valley and is the starting point for the climb. From the corner two ledges descend slightly to the right towards the rising base of the crag
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|Start approximately 20m to the right of the prominent corner. Angle up over some large obelisk type blocks and move to the left to intersect with the lower ledge and the arête.|
|Follow the arête to a small belay ledge on the north face.|
|Continue up the arête until it opens out to form a series of mossy steps over large blocks. Sidle right around a rock overlooking the west face. Belay under a large rock overhang.|
|Climb over the large rock overhang to reach the gentle moss slopes above. Move without the rope to gain the top rocks some 200m above the valley.|
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Ross Eden, Kevin Conaglen (alt.), 07/02/98.