This was the last of the routes starting from the tree ledge that I had not climbed. I had climbed to the first bolt for Bombay Groove twice and glanced at the crux section.
The first pitch begins beneath the first bolt up through some nice flakes. I set two cams in the flakes and climbed to the first bolt. There is a nice move to gain a stance below the first bolt. The crux section is between the first bolt and the second. Stay just left of the bolt and pinch your way to the second bolt. The holds are small but they are there. Once at the second bolt, the hard stuff is over. Follow the water groove up to the belay anchors.
The second pitch follows the water groove all the way to the top at a pine tree. There was a total of three bolts on the second pitch even though the guidebooks do not show that many. The climbing was much easier but there was some loose rock to be aware of. The friction on both pitches was excellent and and I never had a feeling of desperation or lost traction.