This top-rope feels squeezed in, but is easy to set up and is a fun exercise in technical slab climbing. It starts on the face between the cracks of Amtrax and Anthrax, and crosses over Amtrax half-way up. The rock is clean and technical, but the close proximity makes it feel almost like an eliminate. On the upper portion, I found it exceedingly difficult to resist using Amtrax as a side-pull.
In between Amtrax and Anthrax.
Long webbing or cordalette for extending the anchor over the lip for a top-rope. Set up the top rope by climbing one of the neighboring routes.