The Long, knobby arete framing the right end of the West Face, giving way to lower angled but thin climbing up and left to the top of the Anemometer. Several cruxes. Bolt spacing is generous in places. The giant jug at the apex of the arete can be passed on the left (1b), or right (2b, recommended). Belayer can clip to first bolt, but better positioning is down on the forest floor, at bottom of the (optional) access handline - the climbing is engaging right off the deck. From the top, Belay second up to you, then rap down and true right (knot the ends of your rope!) to make the ground with one 60m rope. Rapping directly down won't make it.
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Ruari Macfarlane, Paula Macfarlane, July 2020