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The guide book calls this "Adrenaline" but the plaque read "Adrenaline Rats" and it looked fairly old. Anyway the route was pretty sandy, especially at the bottom but it cleaned up nice and is a great pitch for sure. The bottom half of the climb has a variety of fingers to hands sizes and face holds. About halfway up a 3' roof is encountered with a perfect red Camalot crack splitting through it. Turn the roof and continue up a splitter thin hands to tight fingers crack and a few face moves to get to the anchor.
Way to the right of Six Star, probably about a 10 to 15 minute walk.
(2).3, (2).4, (4).5, (3).75, (4)#1, (1)#2 and #3 (Camalots). Ring bolt and a normal hanger with webbing and a biner. A short piece of chain would replace the webbing nicely.