Pitch 2: We went climbers left around the corner and did the 2nd pitch of St Vitus Dance by accident. The real pitch 2 climbs a short hand crack and then 4th class terrain to a tree belay. The 2nd pitch of St Vitus dance follows a longer hand & finger crack that is run out towards the end to bolts. Bring big gear, double set of #1 - #3 and a #4 are good for this pitch. In my opinion, this variation is more interesting, albeit sketchy (wet conditions made for little friction on the run-out section).
Pitch 3: Beautiful parallel lines of hand and fist jams straight up. Clean rock, good pro, awesome friction, cool exposure. Build a belay
Pitch 4: Crux pitch. The start takes small gear, 2-3 microcams are good. Tricky finger crack follows left around a hand crack until you reach a near vertical flake. Build a belay.
Pitch 5: Climb the flake and the following hand crack to a slab. Climber's right for runout but easy slab climbing to bolts.
Pitch 6: Long runout slab climbing, but pretty easy. Hip belay while anchoring yourself to a tree
Note: The book gives this route 3 stars, but IMO it's a 4-4.5 star route. Must do!
Squamish BC - Climbing Calculus Crack; A Trip Report (Kinda)