Great route. Easier than it looks!
Obvious overhanging corner left of the Trinity cracks. Start on Grunt'N'Dangle; climb to roof. Pull roof into corner and follow to top.
Single rack. Large cams (or similar) are useful for the bottom off-width corner (Grunt'N'Dangle). Typical trad anchors for the Overlook.
A bit intimidating (photo by Nestor)!
|By JJ Schlick|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Jan 11, 2012
Also see Trinity Roofs. This was simply referred to as Direct Exit in Toula's A Cheap Way To Fly. Either way, some of the better climbing at the Overlook.
From: Fort Collins, CO
Jan 30, 2014
Did all the trinity cracks today and this was my favorite route of them all. Super fun roof moves with wild stemming! Awesome jugs once you pull the roof. No need for big gear in the off width, bring small gear (finger tips for me) for the tiny crack on the right face. Also don't place anything deep under the roof like I did, lots of rope drag potential, duh. Plenty of good pro towards the outside, a couple .75s, 2s and 3s each to sew it up. A must do!