Starts just right of Snooker, at a slanting crack line with a tree to the left leaning to the rim. Start at the base flake, but try to go straight up. Range of holds from crimp and pinch and finger pocket to lip and jugs, with some challenging foot placements. Continuing to the right leads to a higher finish but wide swing, going left below the ledge gets onto the 5.9 "Snooker" rock. Short but interesting.
Submitted by: Rmsyll on 2007-12-15
Route ID: 90722
Note that the main flake is cracking off in places. To the right is not so much easier as it is slippery with lichens. Going left behind the tree gets thin, and slippery, real fast. Leaves along the base can be slippery too. But I still like it.