An absolute classic, one of the best in the park, and arguably one of the best sport routes in the general area. A big boulder move gets you onto the slab, step left to clip and move up the arête to the roof. Bypass the roof on the left and continue up the steepening headwall on fantastic holds. Seventy-five feet of continuous movement at the grade, I could see it argued to go a grade or two harder because of the consistency, but its not worth debating. A worthy tick if at your grade level, and pure fun climbing if below.
Right in the center of the wall, find the runway slab leading up to a small triangular roof.
7 bolts plus an anchor
My first climb in New Zealand
Morgan on Terror Incognito