Pitch 1. ( 55 ft., 5.7). Climb up and left a bit to a bulge. Work around it to a 2-Big Bolt anchor and a hanging / leaning belay.
Pitch 2. ( 160 ft., 5.11b) Stem this corner to the anchor bolts by a ledge, above. This pitch is thin, technical and strenuous. Dial in an "enduro-factor" on your calves and your head and you got yourself one heck of a rope length. There are two bolts in the middle of the pitch. Some find them unneccessary. I find them quite welcome. Low on the pitch, protection is readily available but only if you have many,many RP's and small (#1-#3) stoppers. Higher, the cracks widen and protection can be placed in both cracks.Although this is not as wide a stem as El Matador, it is much harder. When you crank this one , you are well on your way to becoming a Tower Stem Master.
Finish. Most rap out. If you wish to continue to the top, choose between the unappealing chimnies of Four Play or North West Corner. Beware of Loose rock.........