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The crux of this route is obvious and full on right from the start. Climb some loose rock to the bottom of a flaring bomb bay chimney. Place a good piece high in the chimney and fight your way through the crux. Easier climbing leads to a rest ledge and then over a 100' of awesome hands (#2 Camalots-#3 Friends) gets you to the anchor.
This route is just right of "Hot Lunch" in the obvious corner where the trail meets the wall.
One #4 or #3.5 Camalot, one #.75 Camalot and a bunch of #2 Camalots and #3 Friends. A #1 Camalot and some smaller cams might be useful but they're not necessary.