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This climbs a big, right-facing dihedral. There is some lichen at the bottom, but with care, it can be avoided. The crux is about 3/4s of the way up, but the protection is good. You can clip the last bolt on "Tilt" if you want. I did this as I had already used my biggest cams lower in the dihedral.
This route is on the Lowball wall right of the route known as "Tilt". It ascends a big, right-facing dihedral.
Bring a standard rack. One book says to bring gear to 3", but a bigger piece like a #4 Camalot will protect the beginning. There are two bolts fixed for descent at the top.
Looking down from the anchor.
Another view of the route.