Approached from below the water pipe, go up a gently sloping ramp that lies directly below the ledge that splits "The Heartland." I began this climb at the far end of the ramp starting with exposed, marginally protected, dirty climbing. After about 40 feet, the rock quality gets better as the route appears to connect with a traverse underneath a small roof. Continue straight up, through a discontinuous dihedral feature and gain the "Heartland" ledge. Belay from here and topout via many possibilities from the ledge.
Anyone know anything about this???
Rack of gear.