Hard start to thirty feet of difficult no hands step up slab climbing except for the mantle. After the bolted face you get to the roof and the finger to hand crack. Where the hand crack jogs left move right into a thin fracture that leads to a big horizontal. A bolt protects moves to the chains.
Just right of a route called Feminine Hygiene
Bolts, a few of the smallest stoppers, a 00 TCU, doubles on blue and yellow master cams, a green and a red camalot and maybe two shoulder length slings. A few more to get you to the anchors.
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From: Tucson, AZ
Feb 13, 2011
This is a great climb. It has a hard bouldery start, stiff slab climbing, locker jams, a very tricky crux, and good gear.