You got lost in the woods looking for a five pitch rock climb?! How tall were the trees dude?
Oh, L29 to the top is more pitches. Nine in total I think. Almost all parties rap after P5, P6, or P7. P5 is the crux pitch.
Actually, it has a well-deserved reputation of being hard to find. Too much detail to go in here. We took 3++ hours of hiking along a dry river bed, bushwhacking, and steep scrambling to get to the base of the climb. We stopped at the rock shop the next day to inquire and they had a good laugh. We were told that our experience is not uncommon at all. Even knowing the short way in will take 2/2+ hours. A good number of parties hike in 2+ hours the previous evening to bivy and then do the last bit of hiking after first light. If I ever want to go in again (not for L29, which is too hard for me now but Eagle Dance next to it), I might do the same (bivy the previous night). I was exhausted by the time we got to the base of L29 that day.