The ascent up the gulley between Sharkstooth and the Petit Grepon is quite an outing in and of itself. We picked a point on the wall to start the route that seemed to be near the line. The rock on this wall has quite a bit of hard, gray lichen, moss, and patches of grassly ledges. In addition, there is a ton of loose rock, so occassionally downclimbing to pick a new way is mandatory. I suspect this route does not see a lot of traffic. The qualtiy of the pitches improves the higher you get. Trend right to avoid the imposing wall directly above. We connected with the East Gulley at it's second rappel station via a sloping ledge. For the descent to Sky Pond, we used the Easy Gulley to the saddle and then walked over to the Petit's rappels. One 60 meter rope will not get you entirely down, but it will get you within 150 of the lower ledges. We created a rap station with red webbing and a green cord below the South Face rap station with the slung rock projection and the bolts underneath. I downclimbed the easy diagonal notch from the lowest ledge.
Witnessed by: Tracey Roach