Awesome climb. Wild moves - boulder start, get the pro, climb up to a stance, place pro high, then commit to the wild layback. Crazy! Fire through before getting pumped out, get onto the ramp, then make the airy, wild traverse to the wide, angular crack in the rock. An akward move and then you reach through to the other side of Seneca on a giant jug, relish in the wind that comes through this crazy feature, plug in gear and shoot to the anchors. Wild pitch, action packed, as fun as it gets.
Jeezus! Talk about exposed! Scared the crap out of me. Not a hard move in it, but due to running the top two pitches together I was having to majorly conserve gear, making it quite runout, and since it's a traverse, the falls would be yuk. Big moves as well. Summary: Great climb, mainly for the exposure. Suffers from overuse - the footholds are literally laminated with shoe rubber, making the climb that much more scary.