Climbed with Dan. Took the 11a slab variation instead of the 5.6 4th pitch. Fell on the 5.9 pitch traversing left before the anchors. Super fun stuff all around and will have to come back to climb it all clean.
Log-book, No score Did this with the first pitch a bit seeping. Danced up the first pitch laying back the left trending crack. Stepped over the water - 5.8.Pitch 2 is fun, some good crack climbing with a bit of an awkward/insecure move up and left not far off the belay. Then its fun cracks to the belay. Really good gear and a great pitch - 5.10a.Pitch 3 - Personally felt this was my favorite on the route, good jams off the belay to a technical and well protected finger crack rooff. Gain the head wall and held up and left pass a few small dead trees to another cruxy 5.9 move and then the belay. Pitch 4 - Tried the 10d variation which is well bolted with some cruxy thin footwork on high angle slab. Trust the friction and look for the feet. I took a fall on this section but don't have the time to log each pitch individually.Pitch 5 - more well bolted slab climbing. Nice cruxy bit at the 3rd bolt makes you think. Then dance to the top - 5.9.