One of the best routes on the wall in terms of richness of movement. There is almost no patina on this side of the wall and the climbing is on flakes and in between cracks and seams on grey rock. Except for a short section in the middle the route is very sustained and reports indicate a definite crux in the vicinity of the 10th bolt. The bolts are all very close together, so it's very well protected.
Starts left of Remington Electric a tier below the routes in the middle of Mustache wall. It is easily identifiable by 4 closely-spaced bolts in grey rock (no patina) going straight up to a small roof with a jug/flake in it.
14 bolts to a two-bolt mussy hook anchor. 60 m rope will get you down.