Well, it depends on your OW technique! It's thuggish, grunty, 6" - 8" wide and about 75'(maybe less - the real business is about 40' long). It gets progressively harder (read: wider) as you go with the crux near the top of the pitch. If you have huge cams and/or Big Bros, it's not completely unprotected, but be prepared for a healthy run-out. There's a 9+ variation pitch in the dihedral off to the left - combo of friction, laybacking, and finger crack - pretty well protected, too. You also have the option of rapping off (since you're likely going to do that anyway after the next pitch, where the climb turns into 5.4 choss).
Edited by MarcC (04/12/07 04:51 PM)
Edit Reason: clarifying the length of the crack