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This climbs the left of the twin cracks under a roof with a perfect handsized slot. Pull the roof using the slot and pull into a left facing dihedral. At the top traverse right and take the path of least resistance. Use caution on the traverse (5.9) as a fall here could get ugly quick. This is probably why it is named Genuine Risk. The 11 crux is very well protected by mid-sized cams
past the 3rd class gully found past The Bloody Nose. This is on State Land and climbing is not legal here.
Doubles in the 0.5 - 1 BD single #2 BD and one #3 BD some small stoppers.