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Start directly under a vertical right-facing corner and roof. Climb up into the corner to the roof. Move left out from under the roof to the face onto somewhat sketchy feet. Traverse back right and continue upwards into the notch above on sidepulls and sloped jugs. The top is pumpy, arm intensive, and somewhat thuggish. The bottom up to the roof is tricky.
The climb starts just below the obvious vertical right facing corner, about 30 feet from the north end of the crag, and about 10 feet left of the corner of the huge ramp and roof.
Gear or tree anchors. Can be lead, has good options for pro. Be daring.