This is a good alternative if Sons of Yesterday is crowded. This 5 pitch "variation" of Sons of Yesterday is entirely independent except for about 20 feet off the the 'tree' belay at the end of Sons' first 10a pitch. Basically it takes the obvious crack systems in between Sons and Awahnee Butress. Already cleaner than Awahnee Butress, it will be an even better route when it gets cleaned up a bit more. One two-bolt belay with rap links added in the 'crystal hole' on the last pitch. This is at least one place where one can rap off of Sons of Yesterday. Maybe rapping that route can be avoided entirely by rapping over to Awahnee Butress' old two bolt belay. This would be a rope stretcher if it works. Not really sure how hard it is. 10+ at least. Maybe 11-. Because of the run outs and obscurity factor, it's best for a very solid 5.10+ leader.