|Comment added by jfreema8 on September 27th, 2013|
A group of us went here last weekend and couldn't even make it to the foot of the crag. Just getting down the green staircase made me feel like I needed a tetanus shot. Be careful where you step on them because they have worn away almost completely in some areas and too much weight might make someone fall through. Once you get off the stairs you'll head to the left as the directions say and go over two inclines. Near the top of the second incline there is a rope(not the one that leads to water coming off the rock facing the sea) that leads down to the bottom of the crag. This rope looked ancient. We all had a lot of gear on our backs because we were also camping, so we couldn't even make it down to the bottom of the crag. It's a good 2-3 meter drop if the rope breaks. Even if there was another way to get to the bottom, we would not climb here. All of the anchors are single braided cord that thread through two bolts and the ends are clamped together. Otherwise known are wire death traps.
I would not recommend climbing here until new anchors are placed. Even with new anchor placement, it is still a dangerous crag to get to. There may be another way to get down that I couldn't find but neither the book or KOTR have a way and I didn't see one.
Climb at your own risk!