This two pitch line is the easier of two summit lines on this formation. The crux on first pitch has good rock and excellent protection and reportedly goes at 5.11- (or easy C1). The line has some loose rock on easier terrain but nothing terrible (much more solid than start of the other route!).
Getting ThereFollow approach directions on main page. Line is located on face closest to the parent ridge.
Pitch 1: 5.11- or 5.8 C1, 70 feet. Climb up some loose but easy rock directly below the nice looking diehdral. Move up the dihedral via a wide, overhung slot (crux?). Tight hand crack in dihedral brings you to a ledge. Another easier crack just above brings you to another ledge with one drilled angle. Belay or continue (drag!).
Pitch 2: 5.8 (Burns) - 5.9 (Bjornstad), 70 feet. Move right over some Cutler rock "tongues" clipping one more angle. Enter weird chimney with overhangs. Going quickly eases. Belay on summit from fixed anchor.
Descent: One double rope rap down the face.
"Standard desert rack".
Cams from 1 inch and up.
Extra #1 Camalots are nice as is a #5.