A very balancy and tricky route, with a very puzzly crux. Start as with Dunce's Corner, stem/layback up corner to small roof on the right, traverse right under roof to outer face, and climb face to the top.
You can use a tree and gear for an anchor, with enough static line (80+ feet); otherwise, an anchor might be problematic.
BETA PHOTO: Standardized Testing
Standardized Testing - be prepared for a big swing...
|By Mark Trotta|
From: Latham, NY
Jun 14, 2009
Not sure this is a PG13, closer to PG, G with C3s. I don't agree with the comments about the top anchor; Another C3, small nut and a tricam are all real bomber up there.
|By Dave Pfurr|
Oct 9, 2011
TR does require long static line and results in potential for big swing if you blow it while traversing under the roof. Fun climbing, though!