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It looks like an off-width, but even if you don't like off-widths, this is a fun route. Hardly any grunting required, just clean (and amazingly not too strenous) lay-backs all the way up. Near the top, it is common to traverse right on a small crack system over to the anchors for Finger Zinger. Probably the hardest part of the route is just getting into the off-width, because the rock is slightly loos and the crack is too wide to be comfortable.
The big crack on the left of Finger Zinger. This climb is also easily recognizable from the approach.
Some big pieces are nice. A few #3 or bigger will give you all the protection you need. A piton (which can be backed-up) is 1/3 up the route, and the small crack system which can be used to traverse over to the anchors takes finger-sized cams. If you're uncomfortable at the grade, take more big pieces, if not 2-3 should suffice.