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The steep wall and roof left of Farewell to Arms.
The first part of the Roof Route is also a great boulder problem. At the first ledge, walk off left and carefully downclimb via a large tree stump.
Farewell To Arms
The steep awkward crack 3m left of the cave, then step right and up the wall to the top. 2 bolt anchor, but take long slings to extend the anchor over the edge.
A continuation to Farewell to Arms.
The steep left arete of the cave. Anchor shared with Farewell to Arms.
As for Aeronautical Engineer, but move right on the headwall to avoid that route's crux.
Starts under the shorter right side of the cave, then vaguely left up the headwall.
The crack / groove just right of the cave. 1 bolt + natural gear top rope anchor.
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