This is a really fun route which offers a much different flavor of climbing than is typically found in Washington. The Limestone holds can be tricky to find for granite based climbers, but it forced me to use better technique. We took a single 70m rope and a mix of 20 sport and extendable draws which allowed us to combine several pitches. The final .11c crux is short, totally well protected yet quite powerful. I fell here when a poorly chosen foothold broke. Bring a helmet for this route and watch for the huge patch of poison oak at the start!