Relatively easy solo at the grade. Climb the middle of the slab past a bolt and traverse left into the major crack. As it gets wide above, make some slab moves up and right and continue to the top of the formation. Can walk off either way with little to no short cut unless you down climb some.
Underrated route. Which Bitch is as good as many 3 and 2 star 5.9’s in the park. It involves a variety of techniques. The first meters are easy climbing up the tall corner/water chute. As it pinches down the pro gets more thoughtful as well. Some cool flaring chimney moves to a stem over a bulge is a great sequence for this grade of climb. Can set up a top rope with medium gear and long extension. Single rack, small and off set helpful. Walk off left.
Although not given a star in the local guide, it is as good as its brethren Boulder Crack. A more exposed solo. Sustained at the grade vs Boulder Crack being light at its grade.
Fun quick climb, secure solo at the grade. Fun physical move off the deck to the first hand jam. On the light side of 5.9 for Jtree.
Back in the late 80's