The obivous traverse under the whole length of the overhang, sit starting on the right. Not to be confused with the lip traverse. Never do you reach the lip. Like noted before you start on the far right. Working your way left never placing your feet in the huge obvious boulder that looks like it is supporting the main boulder. You go to the left until you hit a bit of a corner and keep going a few moves farther and then setup for a huge dyno out the roof. This problem had been attempted by many strong climbers for over a decade, but the FA credit goes to the late Jared Nevill, a talented climber and great human being.
Submitted by: blueridgebum on 2007-09-09
Route ID: 30310
J Burcham and D Miller worked on this route, linking it to Big Gulp when most of the folks claiming FA on this were still watching Pokemon. I just followed their lead during the winter when I lived at the base of Second Mountain and worked most of the problems there, on Dictum Ridge, and in Rawley Park on a daily basis for three months.