This route is not included in the Climber's Guide to Devil's Lake. The name comes from a play on words of 27 Years of Climbing in the Red River Gorge. Start by climbing a cute, little problem using the thin crack and finger lock left of the prominent water mark at base. Once over this, trend right on a large layback flake. Make a dynamic move to a very decent ledge which is often times home to local pigeons. From here fire straight up over the right facing corner on small holds.
Starts 5 feet left of R. Exam. Move right onto R. Exam and over into the right facing corner/overhang.
So, as it turns out... this route is essentially R. Exam (5.9) with a slight variation. At the top, once you've pulled the deviously hard roof move, go right to finish instead of using the corner. The sidepulls are essential to delineating this climb from R. Exam.