If you visit www.tradgirl.com
, you will find a trip report written by Mike Rawdon that talks about two routes on Big Slide. Freudian Slip and Slide Rules. Slide Rules is a 5.7 and Freudian Slip is a 5.8. Note that Don's red book gives FSlip as a 5.9 and it is an error.
Also, since the last printing of the book, Ed Palen, has gone back and retro-bolted Freudian Slip. My memory fails me now, but the first pitch (130 feet) has 8 bolts on it.
Mike and I went in there on a dreary October day and we did Freudian Slip and the first pitch of Slide Rules. It is an absolutely superb outing.
Freudian Slip is a fantastic route. Very very different from most gunks climbs and really great. While there are now many more bolts than when Ed did the FA and the climb is safe, methinks that the consequences of a fall between the bolts would leave one with alot of road rash.
Also, Noonmark offers interesting one pitch climbs.
Both of these outings make for a really unique 'multi-media' excursions (with credits to RAF for coining that phrase) with a blend of interesting and beautiful hikes with great rock climbs in awesome settings.
Not in any guidebooks, yet, Ed Palen, has also recently put up some routes on the summit cliff of Snowy Mountain in Indian Lake and he says they are really great moders (5.7ish)