Good route. You can rap Nightcrawler with a "true" 70m if you don't mind down climbing the last bit of the first 5.7 pitch. Fourth pitch was stout. Very tough move I thought on slick rock above the hollow flake to reach the anchor. Thought the 5th pitch was descent, not that chossy. We left the slider nuts behind, but I think they would have come in handy on a few spots.
A beautiful crack system, heavily bolted in places. Actually, I was thankful for the bolts. Much of the crack is very wide. laybacking is the key-placing gear in these sections?? The wide layback start of the crux pitch is slippery and hard--I tested the old bolts several times with a relatively static belay. Higher, there is a great roof, not too hard, and following that a very thin section of stemming--probably the true crux. Anyway, a great outing. At the top, I went right out on the face (5.8 r/x) rather than stay in the crack.
5 Pitches total: link 5.8+5.10a, then a Radical bolted wide liebacking to thin 11a pitch and a similar and more bodacious 11d pitch. super wide liebacking to squeeze to pulling a roof into a thin 11d crux corner. 10c and 5.9 after that. Yeah so the bolts are old... but pretty solid and you can back them up as needed. airy and awesome! great stone! one 70m