This is a steep line that follows a clean face to bulge at the top. Clip a bolt from the ground and head through some steep pockets to better rock above. Expect thuggish pocket tossing, delicate traverses, and a devious bulge. North-facing, this climb sees one hour of late morning sun and is steep enough to climb in the rain.
I’m loosely calling this little area the Crow's Nest, as it sits above the main cliff. The best way to describe it is that it contains the first possible routes on the left side of the HMRB. It is 50’ right of where the cliff terminates into dirt and 50’ off the ground on a dirt ledge. Hike past the main trail to base of the HMRB, another 50’, then look right for a faint short game trail ending at the white, north-facing overhang.