Didn't do any research on this, I never climb on Stately Pleasure because it is always crowded, but driving by on a cold, windy Tuesday, it was empty, so we pulled out the routebook, saw 5.6, and headed out not knowing the runout reputation. Fortunately, the climbing is easy enough to mostly negate the runuouts, which is good since I wore my approach shoes instead of my climbing shoes, and they were fine for all that smearing on the low-angle face.
Very accurate descriptions in the route page. Thanks Dragger! Led the climb and had a few gulps in the pitch 3 runout (placed zero pieces). Remember, bring at least one LARGE piece (big bro, or Camalot #5) to protect the chimney. Not particularly dangerous though, because a fall would get you stuck in the crack. Solo'ed the route several times since my first lead. Great rock, solid features, and the best views.
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