Plough yourself into the steep crack going through the roof. Easy 5.8 quickly changes into a strenous and pumpy 5.11. Second dihedral pitch goes all the way to the top and checks in at 5.8 are maybe 5.9 with occasionally loose rock. There are no fixed anchors on top of the route.
Walk on talus along the cliff until you are roughly under its tallest section. From here you should be able to identify a splitter hand crack going through a large roof (see beta pictures).
Standard set of nuts and cams. Double on BD #2 and #1. Fixed anchor on the ledge after the roof (2 bolts, one missing a hanger and a nut).
Setting for the roof moves on Tor Line. The crux i...
BETA PHOTO: Tor Line on Heller Cliff.