Carl and I did the standard start. Not technically challenging but still fun. Mostly 4th and 5th with some short section at 5.4. Crux was certainly a solid 5.6 IMO. The jambing up the second pitch was terrific but way too short. Chimney pitch had some great moves too. Last pitch would have been terrific if not for the heneous rope drag - I'd break it up next time.
I was somewhat disappointed by this route. I had read about how good of a lead this was for someone learning trad, but it seems more like scrambling interspersed with a 10ft 5.5 cruxish area every pitch. Very non intimidating for a beginner, but I think you'd get more bang for your buck at GNS at index.
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