- Ascents: 7
Originally opened as an aid route, it was freed to produce one of Monteseel’s most popular routes. Starts from a large block on a wide ledge above the path.
Climb up to a rail below a small roof. Stretch through the roof on a hand jam to an inset jug on the left. Continue up the steep face above. Move left to a large flake and exit easily to the top.
First Free Ascent: Dave Cheesemond or Mike Roberts, 1975
First Ascent: Sherman Ripley and Jim Thomson, 1960
Located in Near Eastern Buttress approx:
Route Grade Citations
|20||The Mountain Club of South Africa, KwaZulu / Natal Section (Gavin Peckham)|
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