Start below some low roofs on the wall, about 5m left of the large left-facing dihedral.
Go up a left-facing crack, then traverse up and right towards a large flake, about 1m below the roofs. Up past the height of the roofs, then angle leftwards above the roofs following the path of least resistance and available placements, up to and over a small stand of trees, then up through a notch and finally exit rightwards to some trees just above the top of the dihedral.
FFA: David Gibbs, Kate Hunt, 2011
Look for a large detached flake (up to body-width seperated at the top of it) that climbs about 4-5m up from the base. Climb this, then step from it across onto the main face. Climb fairly directly up from there, staying to the left of the large (3m high) completed detached pillar/block about 1/2 way up the face. (Not obviously just-sitting-there from the bottom, but is so as you climb past it.)
This is a rope-stretcher for a 70m rope, but the opening couple of meters or so to the base of the detached flake can be scrambled.
FA: Bertrand Braschi (TR), 2011