I setup a TR anchor this weekend and noticed that the bolted anchor on the top of swiss cheese is a spinner. Both the anchor and the bolt+nut spin. Yes, even the bolt. Basically take some long webbing + cordallettes with you (45ft). I slung the tree an the outcrop. Used the bolt as a minor backup as 3rd anchor.
It's a fun climb and really good for beginners. It's a bit of a hike an you will need lots of gear to set up (which means lugging it in).
You'll need a 60m rope for TR. You'll also need plenty of water as it's hot and you will be exposed whilst setting up anchors.
Nice climb for a new kid. Ample footholds provide a sense of security, while the variety of hand holds and opportunities to try out different grips provide practice for a beginner. Gets really fun and slabby towards the top, totally worth climbing at least once.
Very easy (a bit too much), almost no real climbing until the last few meters. Very fun to place such easy protection with the slings. Funny to see so many tourists/families/kids around being like: oh looks there are people climbing. Haven't done the variations, I should do that next time. Oh and also visit the "secret" tunnel accessible from the left of the top (cautious walk)