|The Front Porch
Easy climbing on big holds leads to the short, but quality headwall with a good, sustained crux of technical climbing and powerful moves. This route probably deserves 2-1/2 stars, but not 3 as it's not quite as classic as the other routes on The Front Porch. Don't be alarmed by the name as the route is clean and enjoyable. The name comes from a rather memorable bout with loose rock at the top of the cliff while establishing this climb and Choss Warfare.
This is the first route on the right side of the Front Porch, where the routes are shorter (it's the sixth total route from the left). From Cleanup Hitter, you scramble up, along the base of the wall, to a reinforced ledge at the base of the climb.
5 bolts and two-bolt chain anchor.