This pitch is just South (downhill) from the middle gap in the upper part of Ridge Three (Angel's Way), on its SW face. This gap is immediately West of the top of Ridge Two (Satan's Slab
). It is the giant, obvious left-facing corner that is slabby at the start, vertical in the middle, and very overhanging at the top. You actually don't climb the slabby part of the corner as it looks really hard and unprotected. Instead climb an easy crack, through the slab to the corner's left, to gain a ledge that can easily be traversed to the corner proper. Now climb the corner with awesome stemming and then some easier, but thuggish, wideness through the roof section. The topout is very cool. I would call this pitch three stars if it weren't for a loosish flake in the middle section of the corner. We also found it to be quite hard for the grade. Intended as our warm-up, it turned into a bit of a project. 115'.
A short, easy downclimb off the back takes you to a forested ramp that leads back to the base.