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This is one of the few routes that I found that had a plaque. Starts with steep fingers in a right facing corner to splitter ringlocks and thin hands. About 30' up a block is encountered that forces you out right to a hand crack. From a stance above the block continue up a flaired left facing corner that goes from thin hands to fingers. About 8' of choss needs to be climbed to get to the anchor otherwise this would be a 3 star route.
Hard to say but somewhere to the left of Angery Inch on the southwest side of the cliff. I would say about 5 to 10 minutes hike to the left of where the wall turns from south to southwest?
3 each .5 to #1 and a couple .4's and #2's (Camalots). Two rap hangers for an anchor and a 70m rope is just long enough.