I don't remember there being a specific crux, but I think it was a little harder towards the bottom. At the bottom, staying to the left earns you full 5.9 credit, and a slightly easier variation is found on the climber's right. I remember doing a lot of stemming.
RCM&W #11, p.232.
About 15 yards past (east) of Dance of the Sugar-Plump Faeries and about 5 yards before (west) of the trees, the top of this route is located in a dihedral. There is a lot of small loose rock near the top of this route.
Webbing off trees. Newly installed forest service bolts??