This bolted route starts beneath a roof near the right side of the face and to the right of Out On a Limb. Grab the high first holds and climb through a steep overhang to gain the slightly overhanging face. Move through pockets and sidepulls to an undercling crux. Continue up the final slab to the anchors.
Route details are copyright Ray Ellington, John Bronaugh, and other Red River Gorge climbers. Climbing is an inherently dangerous sport. The information in this guidebook is subject to error and should supplement never replace common sense and caution, competent guidance and instruction, and actually being outside. One should be especially cautious on matters of route length, descent type, and number of bolts (especially since such things do change occasionally).