Oz, pitches 2 to 4. At the bottom of the picture, you can see a belayer atop Pitch 2, a wild, raising traverse face climb (5.10d). The leader is just below the start of the dihedral, which is Pitch 3 (5.10c). Pitch 4 traverses out left from under the great roof and jags up to the top. Heading right under the roof is an alternative finish: The Gram Traverse, 3 pitches, 5.10d.
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