Route follows the south pillar and is relatively inhomogeneous, so many minor variations can be done on-route — making it more or less difficult. The lower part of the route consists of grassy ledges and seeking climbing, but it graudally improves. A couple of pitches below the top you reach a big ledge which you follow left (around the corner) and then one to two pitches of nice climbing straight up to the top. From the top, walk about 100 m straight north and you’re back on the main path. This is a perfect outing for a beginner level climber who seeks to practice his or hers route-finding skills.