An old trad. route, which is believed to climb the right/central part of the inset triangular slab which is higher up the face. Whilst it may have started more directly, with the lower benches in their current mossy condition it is currently best to start as for Highway 65. Climb to the first 'p' bolt of that route, then go easily left to a ledge. Step left again and climb up and back right to skirt a steep wall. Continue directly to the top, passing a couple of p bolts on the headwall. For trad. heads it is worth topping out, to savor the steep finish and enjoy the route as it was originally led. Gear is adequate, although a full set of small cams and a couple of micros are needed to make the most of the available placements. Worth keeping clean.
Pat Littlejohn, Steve Jones 16/Apr/1966