| Safety Rating
It's a striking line for sure, but the climbing isn't quite as enjoyable as I had hoped. The start is a steep jamcrack that can get pumpy just before you pull over the lip (crux) into the lower-angle dihedral. You then climb a fingercrack that becomes more shallow until it's impossible to lieback, and shortly after, impossible to protect. Luckily, as the crack becomes a useless seam, the rock also becomes lower angle. The final 30 feet are runout but no harder than 5.7. Wedge your left foot in the corner of the dihedral and handle the chossy features with care. Some more traffic would do this route good, but due to it's remote location, the rock isn't likely to get cleaned up anytime soon.