same as Child's Play. TDL is a prominent crack system closer to the left hand side of the wall (but not at the very end).
Begin by laybacking a short finger crack to a ledge. Up another finger/hand crack to another, smaller ledge. The crux (5.9) is next - a tricky bulge with painful finger jamming. Afterwards there is a great rest in an alcove. After that, about 30 more feet of climbing at about 5.8 level in a dihedral to a beatiful top out. Bolt anchor.
small to medium nuts and friends. Protection is excellent the whole way.
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