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Weave in and out of ledges and overhangs seeking the easiest route, towards the prominent line in the middle of the wall
From below the overhang move left and up around the overhang, then up a faint corner.
Continue up the wall following the weakness.
Follow a faint crack to the upper overhang.
Through the upper overhang, and into a chimney.
Easy climbing leading to a scramble to the summit.
Left Wall. Generally follow the vague weaknesses just left of the obvious drainage line on the face. Even so, protection and belay anchors are sparse on some pitches, though belays are generally on good ledges. Some pitch descriptions are generalised.
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Fiona Bowie, Richard Thomson, 1987