Start on good stone and end on good stone. Follow pockets and edges to a ledge rest, then chase a cool arete, step right on the face, and decide how to finish. There are two ways to finish, lieback the offwidth-ish thing or chimney and offwidth it (slightly easier).
By Curt Nelson From: Fort Collins, CO Mar 19, 2010 rating: 5.10d6b+21VII+E3 5b
Cool route except for the end. The anchors should have been at the last bolt, which is also the hardest to clip - stay on the face the whole way....
By Chris I From: Fresno, CA Apr 12, 2010 rating: 5.10d6b+21VII+E3 5b
This climb is actually a lot of fun, and it is not likely to be as crowded as other Cactus Cliff routes are. I highly recommend doing it. Unlike what is stated above, not using the massive offwidth at the top would mean doing the 5.12 finish to Supa Suka. I think the offwidth adds an extra dimension to the route- something you don't often get on most Shelf face climbs.
By S.Stelli From: Colorado Springs, CO Oct 11, 2010
There are 3 major flakes/chucks on this route that should NOT be pulled on. The bottom 2 are just above the first bolt, in the middle of the crack, and the top one is near the last bolt. Don't pull or your belay will need to run!
I did this on Dec '11. There is a key flake for the end that is gone. I cleaned up a good-sized chunk still sitting there. There is no longer a right-side finish. IMO, the anchors should be moved down.