Route Grade Votings
The right-hand arete is a popular introduction to the crag. Start just left of the base of the arete.</br>Climb good cracks to ledges on the arete. From the upper ledge boldly climb the arete on its left side to a crack and follow this to finish.
The upper part of the arete has fallen out. This makes the top section harder and has eliminated the crack that did provide protection after the run out middle section. An alternative is to climb the existing line to the ledge and and traverse up and left to the hole and then back to the arete.