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Climb to the left of Briefcase Fulla Blues. You climb a face with a nice, layback crack, and then go over a small roof with jugs. There is a short dihedral above this which is the route's crux. There are small footholds where it looks impossible to climb. Above the dihedral is a stance on a ledge. From here, a few moves lead to the top. There is a lot of gravel on top, so I see why Haas and Schneider did not give it a star. The climbing itself is good, and I could see all the gravel to the right on Briefcase Fulla Blues.
This is just to the left of Briefcase Fulla Blues. In fact, the routes start in the same place, to the left of a big roof. Walk off to get down. There is a gully a short way to the right.
Standard rack. Build a gear anchor at the top.
BETA PHOTO: The crux dihedral.