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Grab the undercling (a bit harder now that its broken), dyno to the rail and finish via a fin.

Start just left of the undercling, laying away on two small pockets about 1m apart

Eliminate the squarish horn, smeary + desperate

Up the overhanging orange streak in the middle of the wall. Desperate and has a bad landing.

Sit start and undercling your way up. Follow the right trending seam/crack. There are million variants to this problem.

Right-to-left traverse of the slab face (in the 'Corals' courtyard). Keep your hands on or below the obvious thin horizontal seam at chest level.

Introductory slab climbing up the middle of the face.

The Descent Ramp off the nose. The rock is soft and wears easily so tread carefully.

Stand on the block in front of problem #3 and leap for the rail on The Undercling. Make sure you stick the rail.


Check out what is happening in Orange Face/Slab Side.