This is the some what odvious crack just to the right of peter principle. Start up an easy dihedral to a ledge follow the ledge to the base of a small dihedral. From here follow the dihedral until you can traverse left into the odvious crack. From here follow the crack through beautiful handjams and awsome finger locks to the top.
This route is just right of peter principle with the small roof near the top.
This route needs pro to 3inchs with a set of nuts and 1 or 2 number 4s.
Direct variation: Harder moves than Peter Principle.
Overall, the climb is probably as sustained as Peter Principle, and more pumpy in nature. Also, we were unable to find the 5.10c version of this climb. Coming in from the right seems harder than the direct variation. Is this an old sand bag, or are we missing some key beta on the sloper traverse?
The direct variation protects pretty well, though there will be a run out (that appears safe) from pulling the bulge to the hand jams above the sloping mantle. A solid as can be 0.5" camalot will be the last piece before the run.
One #4 Camalot was sufficient. Up high, finger-sized cams are nice, and there are some offset cam options. Be prepared to run it a bit at the top, the fall would be clean.