No lines at the base of this route. As the name implies, this is an offwidth. It is located right of Potstash, an obvious 5.9 sport pitch on a roadcut, and left of Big Sky Mud Flaps. There are a wide variety of interesting moves required on this route, but the crux boils down to good old fashion off width grunting.
At any rate, adequate protection can be had with a #5 camalot (or 2) and a rack of standard gear. If you have something bigger, bring it as the #5 camalot will tip out and fall out at the most desperate places.
I'd recommend left side in on the bottom section. I stymied myself at the crux by going right side in, and now I'm of the opinion it would be better to go left side in on the upper section. Fortunately there's a drilled angle at the crux if you get discombobulated.
Standard rack, plus whatever wide gear you can find.
Well, just for laughs, here's a different experience. I tried to climb this over the weekend but a couple speaking what I think was French was on it, the dude valiantly grunting and thrashing his way upwards in shorts and a tee shirt. I was low on time so moved on. What are the odds? I mean from what is posted above Im probably the unluckiest climber ever!
I sent this yesterday as my first ever OW and am hooked! Great combination of grunting and a few relaxing face options by way of pinches near the middle. Three of us climbed it and had three variations of the crux, love the choose your own adventure side of it.