From the saddle go up to the left for about thirty meters and, in view of the rest stop, continue to the right (alternating stretches more leaning against canals and cracks) aiming at the deep chimney that descends from the top. This first section of six lengths of rope goes up the entire lower basin leading to the heart of the wall below the most vertical section (third degree maximum level of difficulty). Once you reach the base of the right chimney (stops equipped with bolts at regular distances) you can then go up for 150 m on very compact rock (consistent fourth-level difficulty). There are numerous passing nails. The last length, after exiting the chimney, leads directly to the top through easy rocks.