4th Pitch- 130’- 5.9/
Handren calls this pitch the “real crux”, but I disagree. It was a laid back pitch in my opinion. Not near the corner as the 2nd to last pitch on Honeycomb Chimney
for example. Start at an easy angle, placing wires whenever you feel like it. As you ascend, the pitch steepens and you can place a #.75 camelot in an opportune scar as well as another small wire or two to get you beyond the more difficult stemming moves and up on easy ground.
Keep moving left to the fixed belay.