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Thin slab crux followed by some easier arete climbing and some fun moves to pull the final bulge. I normally like slab climbing but didn't find the crux to be all that fun.
Doesn't really get the blood pumping enough to be a good warm-up for anything harder.
On the south-facing, downhill toe of the Beaver Wall, stem up to flat rock across from the start, clip first bolt, then step across. Best to clean by rapping to save your rope.
Bolts + Chains. One of the bolts in the middle should be extended (a draw and a half or so) to avoid rope drag, extend anchors for toproping. Bit of a run in the middle but on substantially easier ground.