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Left facing dihedral with a drilled piton bolt 1/3 of the way up. The piton is in the middle of a very thin tip layback section where gear would be difficult without the piton. From the tips crux the crack continues to go form #2 bd's to #1's switching form laying back to jamming. There are several half rests with wide feet. Careful this is a long route, you need two ropes to get off, 2 sixties should be fine.
2 routes left of Sinestra. Around a few corners maybe 100 ft from Sinestra.
Having some trouble remembering but the book does not specify so I brought a lot, remember it is long. Scope it yourself but I think heaviest on the .75X4 1X4 2X4 and may a 3X2. Bring doubles in small finger to big finger stuff for the bottom.