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The route starts at the large tree across from Wind Ridge
and about 60 feet left of the East Overhang
(reference p.335 of guidebook). Climb up the low-anle slab for 50 feet or so until confronted with a steep wall and two discontinuous, right-facing, right-leaning corners. Climb the first corner, then make tricky moves into the second corner (crux). Layback up and over the top of the corner, step left and climb slightly runnout face and corners up to a tree. Go right at the tree and belay. Follow a ledge to the walkoff.
One set of stuff through a #4 Camalot and extra long runners. The guide rates the protection as "R", but it's not too bad.
By Mark Roth
Mar 23, 2011
According to Levin's new book, this is: Genuine Risk 5.11a, R.
FA: Erickson, Garber, 1980.