Climbed up a rather interesting headwall (class 4) to gain the southeast ridge. Would have been an easier route if I stayed in the drainage longer, but the extra spice made it more fun. Combo with "V9".
When viewed from the north or east, one wonders how it got such an unfitting name - it looks quite dramatic and not at all "rolling". Climbed from the Bandora Mine via the Rico-Silverton Trail, broad southeast drainage, and south ridge. Plenty of San Juan scree and talus. Finished up the day with Twin Sisters East and West.