I must have done Slangolie Frontal at least ten times. Wonderful outing. The more direct start is virtually off the path as you round the buttress and see Corridor. I reckon the direct start (only about 13/14 at most) is on good rock and makes the route much more direct. There are many variations to the line and after a couple of ascents you work out the best pitches, making a grand route, well sheltered from the SE wind. Finishing by going through the Yellowwood Cracks rounds off the day nicely.
Note the Corridor Rib route in Corridor ravine to your right. Worthwhile doing too.
Thanks for this advice, went up the buttress on Saturday, well did the first two pitches of "Left Leg" and then realised that we were not on Slangolie Frontal so then just picked the nicest looking lines and climbed that, some excellent interesting climbing, lots of fun.
Do you have a RD for Corridor Rib? That looks quite nice.
Sorry Margherita did not take any photos, really ment to...