I think we were on this route part of the time but eventually drifted off to the right. Topped out over the hardest overhang I've been on in the Gap, and walked down a short ways to rap off the Teardrop Buttress.
This route needs more traffic! Very dirty in places with sections of dangerously loose rock. If you start from the base of the Practice Face and do the route in two pitches, expect communication problems. Take care on the first 20 feet from the top of the Practice Face as it is pretty loose. The rest of the route takes good gear (an honest G rating) and the belay underneath a dying tree is spacious. Small cams and a medium nut will protect the crux roof. We saw no gear after the roof except for a horizontal that may take a #4 Camalot. This runout was scary for the leader given the high slip potential on the loose, grassy topout. The majority of the climbing is 5.5, with the roof at 5.7 Not as sustained as Osprey, but a harder roof than Truimverate Direct
Started at the practice face -> catwalk-> up. The route was pretty good overall, a little bit of route finding in the middle and towards the top. We got to the final ledge just below the top and saw webbing and rap rings...but I wanted to check out the top. This was a bad idea, there is too much loose rock and vegetation at the top, which makes it dangerous for those below. RAP at the top ledge...in the corner!