This route is a masterpiece of lieback hell. By far one of the most classic routes you will ever climb at this grade. Follow the trail for a couple of hundred yards to a distinct left facing dihedral on dark red rock with a pronounced bulge about 30 ft. up. Lie back up to a small ledge to place the first piece then crank hard to the bulge (strongly suggest placing another piece (#2 Camalot) on the way to the bulge as this is where many people come off and nearly deck). Work left around the bulge with a wide crack to gain a good stance/ rest. Lie back another 30 ft. to the roof and work left around the roof and finish on top of second ledge. While rated 5.9+, this route is considered by many to be grossly sandbagged. *** UBG, here - this climb is hard if you lie it back as I did many years ago when I first led it. However, it really should be jammed in most of the harder sections and really is a 9. I do it every time I visit T-Wall and it's really, really good.