Led 4 crack routes this cold day near the road. Beware, this wall is overrun with deadbird clad chatter boxes taking an hour to climb 5.6. then 30 minutes to rap it...placing knots in the rope on a 60' pitch. You know, just in case! I don't normally climb around such cluster fucks...but this wall is hidden from view on approach. It is a popular TR location. Despite my soured mood, this pitch was surprisingly good. You stem up small features whilst placing micros and small gear in the shallow crack in front. The 2nd half of the pitch is not very good though. About 30' of real climbing. It is not difficult to protect if you know what you are doing. With James from Sac.
Great climb for double crack at the first part. As for being "difficult to protect," that's true, but its very easy to climb the neighboring 5.4-5.7s to the left and set up a TR. Good dyno move on the second half if you feel like jumping up to a deep hold for kicks.