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DescriptionThe crux is getting from the pentagonal overlap of rock, up over the bulge of rock to a nice ledge. There is a decent hold to help you, but you have to hunt for it.
Once you're on the ledge, you're faced with a short, shear rock face covered in tiny crimpers.
LocationThis route is described with a rough sketch on p. 107 of Boston Rocks, 2nd ed.
On the center right of Snacktime Crag is a pentagonal overlap of rock about 5 feet high. Locate the top of this rock, and go a little right of that. This is where the route starts. Climb up straight from here, crossing a bulge of rock to get to a ledge. Then climb up about 5 feet of shear face covered in small crimpers.
The route is similar to "Devil Dog", but it is not quite as awkward getting over the bulge area.