the lower crux can be unnerving due to any combination of fat fingers, thin gear, smeary feet and/or the anxiety of taking a low fall. I really like the variety of movement and the length of the route. Bomber gear the whole way up... just mind those first 15 feet! Also: I recommend continuing past the lower anchor all the way up to the Free For All anchor.
Wild thin crack on great rock - crux is low to the ground, a wicked 1-2 finger jam with so-so feet. This thing is long (my 70 meter rope just made it down when lowering) and the upper crux (10-ish) almost spit me off. Maybe the most challenging route I've ever done. Now if I could only think about leading it...looks like it would be exciting!