P1: 37m, 5.8, 9 bolts
Leave the single ring bolt, climb the first four bolts from Rockies Ringlock then quest left into compact well textured rock. Climb through a crux, place gear in a tunnel and gain the chain station on a nice ledge.
P2: 38m, 5.5, 1 bolt
Trend left towards the corner and follow groove systems. After 20 metres as you depart a ledge opt for the right, higher quality groove which leads to a single bolt before trending back left to the dihedral. Good gear in the dihedral leads up towards the base of the excellent groove and a chain station.
P3: 37m, 5.8
One difficult move to leave the station and gain the crack leads to easier climbing. A high right foot jam makes this move easier than the grade. Be aware of your belayer while you lead this pitch as they are very exposed to your rockfall. Near the top of the groove move right to a clean chimney feature. At the top of the feature look left to find the rappel station on a good ledge.
Route Rappel Descent after Pitch 3: Carefully rappel from this station in order to avoid rockfall while pulling ropes. Much cleaning has been done but there is still some loose rock. Rappel with a 70m rope using the chain stations. Tie knots!
P4: 1 bolt
Trend right and cross the small scree gully before working your way up to a single bolt. From there climb up and just right of the tree on easier terrain. There is a two bolt anchor on the only solid block on the summit ridge.
Scramble up until you cross onto the Abraham Shoulder route. Head down the buttress and locate a lone tree with a chain station anchor hidden just right of it. Rappel a short distance straight down and find a ring bolt anchor hidden in an alcove. One more short rappel takes you to 3rd class terrain and scrambling down the Abraham Shoulder. There are numerous fourth class steps on that portion of the descent.
Rappel down the face from the top anchor in 4x 35m rappels following the route Rockies Ringlock.