The entrance pitch is covered with a grill, which needs to be opened and secured by the pin at the back. This allows a Y-hang from scaffold poles to protect a single belay from the specially designed hooks beneath the gate.
The second pitch starts with a P-bolt anchor, and slithers down to a tight section at the top of which is a another P-bolt.
The third pitch is a continuation of the second and has a P-bolt followed by another P-bolt from a lower ledge.
One 40 m rope suffices for the entrance pitches.
This starts with a P-bolt on the left hand wall a couple of metres back from the pitch, followed by another near the lip of the pitch. The pitch is rigged with an off-centred Y-hang from the roof on the left-hand side and from the wall on the right. The rope should be kept to the left to avoid rub following the placement of the lower deviation. Two P-bolts may be found further down which may be used either for a Y-hang or a short deviation.
This pitch is dangerously loose in the top section.
Ropes: 40 m and 35 m. Maillons: 9. Deviations slings: 1