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Climb up the middle of low-angled slabs at the left end of the cliff, tending slightly right to a ledgy area where an old peg may still be visible. Now you have two options. One is to traverse left to a short chimney-groove, and climb this until it’s possible to exit rightwards over a bulge on good holds and continue to the top. Alternatively, climb past the peg, tending slightly left over the bulge and then straight up to the top. Belay well back using two thread runners.
Graeme Dingle, 1973