A wide, low angled, layback crack in a big dihedral. After the initial wide start, it's the same layback move throughout the entire climb. Rests and placing pro are done by jamming straight on. The nameing of this route will be understood after climbing it.
This is the perfect 90 degree dihedral with a wide crack on the left hand side of the Upper Main Quarry just before you reach the Coleman crack. This climb is normally the landmark for locating all the other routes nearby.
Chockstones to sling in the lower part, medium to large friends. No anchors. Walk off to the right.