A thin start yields to slightly easier, but still thought-provoking climbing through the middle and up to the roof. Holds down low are typically positive. The roof has holds where you need them and eases quite a bit at the very top.
This is an incredible pitch in an awesome position relatively high above the Wenatchee River.
On the section of the wall that starts slightly lower in elevation, this route begins on top of a boulder with a pretty thin start. It goes straight through the largest portion of the roof. There is a mixed route to the right (Zweibles, 12b) and a bolted route to the left (Tubbing at Der Ritterhoff, 11a).