Another ancient classic - a route way ahead of its time.
The start is easily located - a detached pillar about 45 feet past (left of) Wiessner Slab marks the route. Things start off easy but the business begins when a small overhang is reached. Follow the crack to the top.
Some extra big pieces (#3, #4 camalots) let you sew up the crux if you want to.
If you didn't bring any big cams, it's not a big deal. Once over the little roof, you can place smaller gear in the back of the crack where it is much less flaring. If I recall correctly, think a .5 or .75 fits nicely if you place it deep enough.
Great route big cams are nice but can do without. I am not from the area and used the old New England rock climbing guide to find the place. i talk with a few locals and apparently you can access this from parking up the road. The guide had me park at a golf coarse and hike 30 minutes to the crag.
I can still clearly remember making those strenuous moves over the little roof and in the crack above--I'd been lured into thinking the whole thing was just a cruise until then (this would have been about 1976). All we had then were straight-sided stoppers, hexes, and 1-inch webbing. Gosh, I suddenly feel very old. Really should go back to Ragged this year, for old times sake (with cams, LOL).
Got about halfway up this today on lead and was warned by a nearby climber that a large bird just perched on the ledge above me. I looked straight up and a large hawk (maybe falcon) was staring me down. Needless to say that was an interesting down climb.