If this line is climbed off the huge boulder it is in no way a 5.9. A tall person can reach the first hand jam and then jump to a jug but you will have no feet whatsoever. If you are short you can use a total crap crimper and jam a foot but that move is more like 11d-12a. However you do the bottom its more like hard 11. The next 10 feet are slab and very easy but pulling the off-width roof is damn hard. It's totally overhung and the good jams are about 3 feet back in the crack. That and having your foot locked at about the same height as your hands makes this much harder than 5.9. If you are going to TR it have a red bd c4 for a directional or be willing to core your rope on the knife edge overhang. I watched someone do that last year.
By Chris Doll From: Spokane Jul 11, 2013 rating: 5.95c17VI17HVS 5a
Fun route and the grade can change depending on where you start. I like to start on the big boulder and do the lower section with a hand jam (maybe a 10a or 10b). The shelves on the lower section are very positive on the right side if you decide the jump start. From there it's a scramble to the upper section and you're only one hand jam and foot jam away from clearing the roof. This route will become much harder once the loose hold on the upper section breaks off.