Begin at a large boulder at the base of the cliff, underneath a prominent right-facing corner. Climb up, clip a single bolt, and move left (crux). Fiddle in some gear and continue up to reach corner system. Great protection from here with nuts or TCUs. Shares anchor with Dirty Rat's Crack.
This is an amazing climb and a very challenging lead for the grade. The crux is being willing to climb past the first bolt which is about 25' otd. Anyway once you clip the one and only bolt traverse out left into the pinkish corner the holds are fairly obvious except for a hidden jug at arms reach. Reach high and your had will land in a nice horizontal hadn crack. Place a nut #7 or a #2 or #3 Metolius tcu here. Continue on up the corner where it gets a bit physical - small to medium cams protect you to the anchors above a small roof. The grunting and groaning is well worth it and you will have a nice badge since this route is seldom led!
By Nick Haupt Jan 21, 2004 rating: 5.10a6a18VI+18E1 5a
A great route, you can lessen the runout to the gear placements after the first bolt by fishing in a number six nut in a small slot about five feet directly above the first bolt.
another vote for this being easier that 5.10 . there are some stiff 5.10's on bishops peak so i think this qualifies as a 5.9 or maybe 9+ . i'm also not really sure why this route wouldn't be lead much as mentioned by another poster seeing as this route has the closest thing resembling a bomber crack for pro anywhere on BP. good route ..... watch out for the tree branch on the way down....