No, you take the first Y hang as soon as you enter the traverse, which is nice.Sounds like a nice variation. Do you go to the very end of the “bottomless traverse” before descending? It’s on our meets list in a couple of weeks. I may try that.
Will dig out a photo tomorrow.
The “crux” for the rigger is gauging how far to descend before starting the “exciting” swing (best guess at least 10-15m) Having a cowstail ready to clip the anchor is useful.
The route has a lot going for it, breaking up a big pitch for a better exit when people are waiting in a really draughty spot, and avoiding the water.
Have a great trip.