This is a good variation. The vertical wide crack is a bit unpleasant up to the big roof. Take a breather here. Then left around the roof and up the 90 degee wall. The crux is soon after you round the roof. The angle is so steep the rock is right in your face, making it difficult to see holds and find protection. But once you clip some gear and move on the top is not far off. Leading the top crux felt airy and lonely, like climbing the last pitch of "High Exposure" at the Gunks but more intense.