Lower angle climbing than the rest of the wall, this route doesn't see much traffic. After 15 years it's still fairly dirty. The climbing is on sharp holds and more technical than pumpy. There really isn't a distinct crux but it wouldn't be out of the question to fall while looking at the chains...[more]Browse More Classics in UT
Of the new routes on the right, I noticed that while the rope is pulled on the .10 it drops debri in the base area of the original rightmost routes. I have not climbed the new routes on the right, I noticed this when we had two groups at the cliff one day.
The right-most route (.10a) is getting much cleaner and is SUCH a fun climb. Steep and juggy at the bottom followed by a long tricky/easier section, and the top has cleaned up nicely. The left-most route (.10b) is cleaning up as well and is also worth doing.