L to R R to L Alpha
This climb is better than it looks and is actually quite gymnastic. Jams of all types, toe hooks, heel hooks, knee bars, drop knees, lie-backs, edging, and yes, even a forearm jam in an off-width near the crux. If the poorer rock is avoided, this is a reasonable trad lead and need not be TR'd. The bolts (removed) make it apparent that you are intended to stay on the right of the final arete, but you can climb up it and on the left side with good gear and funky moves just as well and do it statically.
At the very top, northern end of the East Ridge of Fern Canyon, past the routes Unity and Babyback and their down-scrambles, lies a large mound of rock. On its south side a zig-zag crack of lighter stone there is some interesting climbing.
An interesting route with some interesting history, no doubt. Perhaps Kent decided it didn't need bolts, or perhaps it was a stripped project. Or maybe it's time was after the bolting ban, but for whatever reason the route was stripped, some with removed hangers, some with removed nuts. Just as well, though, the route goes trad and would need only 1 keyhole hanger (a' la blue mountains, AU style) and one nut and hanger for a complete sew-up. The 2-bolt anchor up over the top is still present, but is rigged well back over an edge and is hard to get to from above and hard to rap in from.