For all of you wide climbers, here is a great wide climb that I found in the High Sierra. #5 and #6 C4 cams are a must, and the crux pitch had some sections reminiscent of Gripper. All of the pitches were sustained, and mostly continuous chimney or OW. While rated II 5.9 in Secor, compared to other OW that I have done, including the SW Face of Conness, this route warrants a 5.10a rating, and a grade III rating for how slow the pitches go with all of the wide.
Jared and I went out for a last attempt of the season to do Winchell's SW Ridge - the route requires a long day and early start, so warm weather and long days are helpful. We left the Bay Area a little before 4am, drove straight to the TH, hiked in fast and set up camp beneath Isosceles . . . and decided to do the II 5.9 route that splits the triangle as a quick approach day climb. No information was given on the route except the FA, rating, and vague description. While is is called the West Face, we felt like West Face 'Bisector' was a more appropriate name - especially that now it is one of 3 routes on the West Face.
Unfortunately, the climb took us into the night, so we arrived at camp too late and trashed for Winchell. No matter the time it took us. I think the route trashed us physically enough that Winchell would have been ruled out even if we had gotten back to camp before dark as planned :-)