Chris Cranks a Co-ed is the obvious golden, right-facing, right-arching dihedral on the right side of the Ms. Luval face. The bottom third of the dihedral is usually – well, always in my experience – seeping water. Gary and Chris, for the first ascent, avoided the water-soaked section by climbing an unattractive vegetated crack to near its top, clipping a fixed pin, then traversing left into the corner. With Gary’s blessing, two bolts have been added to protect decent face climbing and bypass the vegetated crack, turning a route to be avoided (the vegetation in the crack includes poison oak) into one well worth doing. Chains on top make for a convenient lower/rap.