I don't really care to count this as a send or not send, but wanted to log this anyways. Followed a friend up this after playing an ultimate tournament the day before. So incredibly lucky to be doing this in November. What a day!
First trad multi-pitch! Seanald very kindly led Rosalind and I up and only minor shenanigans ensued (dropped my shoe down the hill, put myself on belay rather than Sean and started climbing pitch 4 not on belay)
11:00pm "you're going to climb Diedre tomorrow morning? Good luck! You're sure to get stuck behind multiple parties! You should just go now". Absolute blast climbing this to the top of The Chief with Chris overnight. Started around 1am and had sunlight on the topout. Things got weird as we placed laugh-worthy gear to amuse the second (slinging twigs, etc.)! haha
First multi-pitch and first roped outdoor climb in years. Great route: clean lines, dry conditions, low traffic (good timing) and solid holds for endless laybacks. ~2.5 hours for the three of us to complete.
Climbed this in 2000 as a last minute first multipitch in Squamish and didn't get to climb the last pitch due to the dark. Today was a perfect blue sky day in June with no other parties around. Fun both times!
I'm not the biggest fan of laybacks so this route isn't too high on my list. The insane amount of people that climb this route means that if you are thinking of banging this one out quick, then do it early, before the lineups start.