When you see this route, you understand the name. What a great route. As previously stated, when you see this corner, you have to do it. It's just such a great looking line. Bring large size camalots for the last part of the pitch.
One of those lines that when you see it from a distance you know that you have to give it a go! The open book walls have superb friction and the edge of the crack has a clean edge that allows for a solid lay back it's entire lenght. The crack starts at #.75, and widens to#1,#2,#3,#4 (black diamond chamalot sizes) as you work your way up.
I would as many others highly suggest giving this one a try. It is easy to find, offers great views and some of the most enjoyable climbing you can come across. The anchors however are a little sketchy (you can manipulate them pretty easily, we decided that day to back them up with some static line around the boulder at the top).
Tackled this gem right at sunset. Fun laybacking and stemming, although the route is a bit short. I was glad my partner talked me into taking a #4 and #5 along for the ride -- they were very welcome additions at the top when my forearms were beginning to expire. While topping out, I was kicked in the eyes with beautiful sunset colors over autumn hills below. A very memorable climb, indeed.