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|South East Ridge||2||
From the upper South Huxley follow the south east ridge to the summit.
Peter Barker, John Chivers, Bob Cunningham December 1959
|South West Face||
The face is broken into two tiers separated by a 200m wide scree terrace. The lower tier is 3 pitches in length plus scrambling (crux grade 14) and the upper tier is 5 pitches plus scrambling (crux 16-17). The rock was variable in quality, but it is possible to pick a route which avoids the dark brown/black choss. The good rock on the steep upper tier was mostly light grey with vertical shallow seams and just enough protection. Descent was by the loose knife-edged ridge to the south east.
Tony Clarke, Hadley Slade-Jones, February 2008