The bouldery, devious crux comes at the beginning, protected by the two bolts. The crux is enjoyable, featuring a wide range of movement and utilizing many different types of holds. From the large rail, you can clip a fixed nut to protect the move and then it's relatively easy climbing to the anchors. This climb is hard to rate as it is a hard climb to onsight but with beta, it is much easier.
This is the 3rd route on the route when you enter the Notch. There are two bolts at the start and a fixed nut visible above the large rail.
Two bolts, one fixed wire (missing as of spring 2010), and a selection of small to medium cams and/or wires.
From: Glenwood Springs CO
Dec 7, 2010
I did not lead it, but the bolts are there, no fixed nut, and I would call this R. The gear you get in the uper portion is in less than marginal rock, at least in my opinion.