Great airy pitch. Climb easy ground to below the roof. A C4#4 or #5 protects this route way better than a #3. The #3 will get in the way of the exposed hand jamming out to the edge. Follow the positive finger ledge hidden up in the roof out left and jam the very edge pulling out onto feet. Another pumpy hand jam brings you up to real positive feet. Continue to the top. Not a good route to top rope due to the crack. Bring up the 2nd on medium gear. Walk off climber’s right.
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