This highly aesthetic route starts beneath the right-most arete and cruises up the quartz seam into a bare mid-section, which forms a sustained crux. The climb then eases into a well-featured face to the top. The name borrows the first line of a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins.
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22/03/19 - Nick Allen