Just slightly right of Africa, left of the large chimney/crack, start up on moderate edges and flakes. You can make it a little harder by staying just on the face, away from the crack on the right. A few starting moves will get you to a large ledge, where you can place gear in the crack (large gear). Spot the bolt, so you know where you're going, and continue up on thinner edges. Clipping stances are usually pretty good. The route overhangs enough to start getting pumped, but the holds are jugs. Finish straight to the final horns; the chains are on the wall above the finish.
Submitted by: jds100 on 2003-01-19
Route ID: 7945
TR'd a few times over a few visits to Cedar; led with one trad piece for first pro, followed by a few bolts. Enough over-hanging to get a little pumpy for new leader at 10a. Led several times; a couple slight variations (stay left on the bulge).