Of far more interest for the medium term is this!
Style-wise, the two routes are fairly similar. They have very intricate starts that lead into marginally easier climbing, before an utterly desperate final move, which is dynamic in both cases. The easier one steps up high on a rare good crimp, with hands on some shocking gastons and slopers. From here it's an intermediate and then the break with the same hand - I love those 'go again' moves.
I was deliberately going after the hardest-looking bits of walls, which obviously meant high and blank. The harder one is (perhaps predictably) more bonkers. It climbs 2 metres to the right of the top break, which means it has an extra metre of hard climbing. It too is remarkably sustained, but with a markedly harder move at the top. This time it's a sloping crimp and a nothing hold with the left before a jump for a rather small pocket.
With mats all of this wall may well be reasonably safe. It's not bouldering, but it might take the routes into the 'hard and safe(r)' category. Quite keen for this wall at the moment - there seemed to be hard moves all over the place.