If by legend, you mean old, you are correct. Honestly, Joe's GPS'd route is going to be the way better choice. If you want to check out the Z, it's really not that much detour to go up the slant, take a look, and come back down if you don't like. It's been 10 years, but as I recall it as 12 feet or so of maybe 45 degree rock surface to climb up and be safe again. It's got okay handhold/foothold (but not great) on with a deadly drop off to the left, could probably control any falls to the right and just get really hurt, but the exposure made me uncomfy the couple times I did it. Might refrain from doing it again. BigRacket1 has some decent photos that you can kind of zoom in on. I can't post a picture here, but I traced the route on BigRacket's pic to the best of my recollection and I'll send to your email. If you'd consider postponing a couple weeks, I just might could go with you. One way or dos Veces? -Pete
"I'd feel better if we had some crampons. Oh, what the hell, let's go for it..." — Common climbing last words.