Suggested Page Improvements to Linda's Route
P1: 5.8, 70m beginning at a short face to the crack mentioned in the description above to a bushy ledge. There is definitely some vegetation and moss at the top of the pitch. Belay at the oak trees at the base of the chimney.
P2: 5.8, 65m. From the oak tree, climb up the squeezy chimney and then into a narrower crack system. The ramp to the chimney and the bottom of the chimney protect poorly.
P3: 5.7, 40m. Follow a vegetated corner system into a roof and step right onto the featured face. Easy face climbing up to a very large treed ledge.
P4: 5.9, 70m. Shift the belay to the base of the large clean chimney just left of the impossible right sweeping crescent crack. Stem and body chimney about half a pitch to some face climbing and into a corner system to the base of the final pitch of Frigidaire Buttress. Gear larger than a #4 likely won't help protect the chimney. Belay at a treed ledge at the base of the final pitch.
P5: 5.9+. From the treed ledge, climb up a 5.7 face to the base of the hand then finger crack. The crux is perhaps 30' up the crack where it briefly narrows to a short shallow off fingers section. Rattle or lieback this finger crack past the crux. After that short section, the difficulty eases up considerably. After the crack ends, climb a short unprotected face (5.7) above a gully to belay at boulders and trees below the final scramble pitch