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This is a route with a venerable history, having been established in the 1920s. It's a classic line, but in truth it's a bit short. Good pockets make it possible to bridge most of the way, then great jams to fimish.
This is the obvious crack in a corner on the right side of West Buttress. Enter the groove from the left, starting up a little pillar. Walk off.
A few cams (2.5" to 3.5") give excellent protection.