An excellent, exciting traverse when the tide is in. This problem traverses the boulder anti-clockwise rounds its three main faces.
An eliminate problem climbing the narrow wall between the right arete and the short crack. Climb the wall using some very sharp holds, without using the arete's to either side.
Climb the arete without using the lump of lead.
Climb the wall just right of the arete, avoiding the lump of lead hold.
Climb the centre of the seaward face following the thin crack.
A technical start on very polished feet hold but gets easier to finish on jugs.
Climb the face just to the right of the arete.
Climb the technical slab in the centre of the face.
Use sides pulls to pull onto the slab.
This is an excellent sitting start to Silvers route, starting on poor slopey opposing side pulls, and a heel hook.