Climbs the arete left of Roy Davies and before the blank face. Angles right to the face as the arete flake ends
One move before the top of the arete flake you can traverse right to a nice ledge and a somewhat blank looking section of the rock. It looks intimating, but the holds are all there and the moves are the most fun part of this climb.
left of Roy Davies on the arete
Two bolt anchor (old style glue-ins, could use some replacing). Protects well with a standard rack.