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Make a strenuous move to get off the ground and then climb the crest of the buttress, tending right after 10m into a steep groove that exits onto a ledge. Move a short distance along the ledge, then climb up to the crest and along this a short way to belay.
Stay on the crest and climb delicately over the cioch. An easier alternative is to climb the corner on the right of the cioch.
Pronounced key-och: a gable shaped piece of rock. This is a superb climb and starts just right of the bottom of the buttress. @todo: Not sure about split of lengths, but 70m total in text
Graeme Dingle, 1972