Climb up a poorly protected Chinle section for 20 feet until you reach the Wingate corner. Start with thin hands and continue up the corner through hands and wide hands to a large pod. Sit here and have a rest. Step back left into the corner with a thin crack. Continue up into hands through a rightward-leaning roof and pull into a short, mellow chimney. Finally you reach the bolts. A 70m just makes the rappel.
The route is a bit sandy. This together with the Chinle fight at the bottom detract from the overall quality.
This is located about 30 feet right of Stonehenge and 150 feet left of Leprechaun.
A right-facing dihedral defines the route.
Cams from small to wide hands, with several hand and wide hand pieces.
A 70m rope is needed to get down with a single rope.