While not popular and not climbed very often, this route occupies an amazing face that runs blank half way up. It was once only top roped, (as evident by the name and lack of bolts in the old guide description) but has since been retro-bolted and can now be led. While not terribly asthetic, the short line is powerful but also requires technique and an interesting control of balance. Not the greatest, but if you have some time, go for it.
Once past the tiny lip, a blank face with minimal crimps provides and interesting sequence.
Once to North Table, head up the path towards the Brown Cloud Crags. This line lies on the face directly to the right of 'Big Dihedral' (5.8).
Some good holds down at the bottom bring you to a small lip. After the lip the face becomes near blank and a series of extremely small ledges provide crimps to see you to the top. High feet and good balance are a must on the upper portion.
Reaching for the next move.
Not very well bolted, so clipping is interesting. I feel the route is quite sandbagged, it felt more like a 12a to me.
Catching some air after failing to stick.
Four draws and something for the anchors. This route can be TRed by walking around. A 50 meter rope is more than sufficient.