The left side of the face is cut by two large lines of roofs rising from centre up to the left-hand side. On the right side there is a prominent arete.
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|It’s All Right?||III 21||
Starting off a wee buttress at the front of the face, climb directly, passing the right-hand end of an obvious overhanging band. The route exits just east of the summit. Nine or ten pitches.
Rene Renshaw, Richard Turner, Dave Vass, February 2002
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The best multi-pitch arete in the country? Eight pitches, 350m, abseil descent (wires in place, plus slings).
Dave Vass, Rich Turner, Rich Thomson, February 2008
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The big corner on the right end of the face. Ten pitches.
Georg Pollinger, Toni Baumgartner, 2014
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