The first was climbed on May 8, by Harry Young, Green and Colin Moorhead and is called Road to Amritsar. The new six-pitch 5.11c is sustained throughout with the crux second pitch being dubbed the Turning Green pitch. The first pitch is a steep 5.11a corner that ends with finger locks, which is followed by the Turning Green pitch. Green describes it as, “Stem up this classic corner up to a hanging chimney (crux) pull through a small roof to bolted belay.” The third pitch clocks in at 5.10d and includes stemming to an underclinging section that ends with wide hands.
Pitch four is a thin hands 5.11b and is followed by the easiest pitch on the route at 5.9. The last pitch is called The Pitch in The Woods and is another 5.11c with pumpy jams that lead to a committing crux. “Must do pitch, you won’t be disappointed.” You can avoid this pitch by traversing left along the ledge to the descent down the following route.