This is a very fun line that lies on the SW and S faces of Rockfellow. The climb has good rock and interesting climbing, particularly on the first two pitches.
Pitch 1 (130', 5.10+): Climb the thin crack protected by bolts and gear. Ends at a two bolt anchor next to a right-leaning ramp.
Pitch 2 (120', 5.10): Go up the right leaning ramp, then climb straight up a water streak with chickeheads. Bear right following bolts to a two bolt hanging belay.
Pitch 3 (85', easy 5th class): From the hanging belay move directly right to a flat platform, then head slightly downhill and slightly right for about 30'. Clip a bolt and make exposed moves along a ledge for another 30' or so. A two bolt anchor will be on the main dome up and to your left.
Pitch 4 (5.11-, 140'): Follow bolts up and left. Work through the crux and continue up on easier ground to a two bolt anchor.
Pitch 5 (5.10, 75'): Follow bolts up to a two bolt anchor.
Pitch 6 (5.10, 85'): Climb bolts on the face to your left to the top.
We descended by working our way north across the top about 75'. When you reach the end of this feature you will have to rap; a three piece gear anchor is here. Rap about 40' to a nice stance at the top of Sensory Desuetude. Walk from here to the Abracadaver descent.
Starts at a thin crack on the left at the south exit of the Inner Passage.
Mostly bolts. Stoppers and Singles to #3 Camalot is plenty.
belay transfer and upper pitches