120m, 3 pitches.
Very strong line. Three pitches freed at E2 6b, E2 5c, HVS 5a (7a+ or Aoe 6a+, 6b+, 6a.
Pitch 1: Loose ground but easier climbing leads to the route crux involving tiny holds pulling over a small bulge, protected by a bolt. Belay station just above (bolt and peg).
Pitch 2: Tricky moves from the belay lead into a superb jamming crack (one bolt), then easier flake climbing above. Then enter a slightly overgrown slabby groove.
Pitch 3: Pleasant diedre climbing using chimney and bridging. Adequate gear with the crux near the top. Bolted belay.
Pitch 4: Desperate looking roof crack, quite bold. Looks 7b+/7cish.
Terry Spamer, Ivan Van Cleef, David Ian Storey 07/Aug/2010