Thirty feet of ledge scrambling leaves you below the left most corner of the Superfly roof and at the start of the real climbing. The first crux puts you over the lip of the bulge where you will find a great rest to recover for the headwall above. The second crux is a gem and whipping from the last hard move will likely leave you yelling something deserving of the route name! Once you pull that crux the good times keep rolling through fun sequences for twenty more feet.
This climb may require a 70m rope to lower from the chains.
There are some old bolts on the headwall that you climb just right of that are left over from when this climb was first scouted by the last group of developers. They will be removed eventually. There are also a couple of bolts without hangars sticking out of the wall after the second crux. These were the old anchors and will be removed eventually.
This climb ascends the left most corner of the Superfly Roof. It begins on a ramp/corner system that faces slightly more north than the aspect of the cliff. The whole route trends slightly left until the very top.
14 bolts to lower offs but there are 2 chain draws through the bulge