I climbed this route with Nigel. Jim and Colin followed close behind. The first moves off the ground are the hardest on the entire route. There's a rubbishy traverse on the third pitch, but the arete above that is airy and excellent, with a sustained pitch out on the wall to its left near the top. A multi-abseil return to earth completes the shenanigans. A fantastic outing.
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