This may or may not resemble the route described in Kelsey's guidebook.
Begin fifty feet up the obvious grassy ramp on a left-facing flake. Work up and left, passing a
prominent roof via cracks along its right & some great corbel-pulling. The next pitch works out
left above another roof (exposed!), then blasts up a
viciously-overhanging, short RF dihedral that somehow manages to check in at low 5.9-ish.
Again, a bit of straight-up climbing in corners
leads to a long, downward & leftward traverse
(protect your second!) that lands you on the left-hand ridge, at what looks from Middle Bonneville Lake like a letterbox. From here, cut back right up ledges until you hit 3rd Class rock just shy of the summit.
Descend via easy scrambling down either side of the dome.
Submitted by: timmet on 2002-08-11
Route ID: 21989