Shirley & I climbed it on a balmy June day. We've tried twice this year (April & May) but both times were just blasted by high winds before starting the hike in...hence the late season date. A very trad, somewhat committing, very natural/logical line. We liked it. A little loose up top but nothing bad. Descent down 1st Cr. was ___long___. Thanks to Dow for spot on beta!
This was my longest route and longest day to date. Great day out. There were some really great pitches, and some really bad pitches. This is not a long Epinephrine, but is a true trad climb in every sense of the word. No fixed anchors, loose rock, intricate route finding, very committing, long approach, long descent, chimneys, delicate face, hand cracks, and everything else you can imagine.