The first time I climbed this route it took me a moment to find the moves to get off the ground, however, this time around it seemed quite easy. The crux is just above the first ledge and I was only able use two very small cams for protection. I would probably climb this route again in the future. I am probably rating the scenery too low on all of these routes due to the fact that the rock is not all that attractive, its covered in brush, and there is a road directly beneath it. However, if you stand at top of the rock and look to the right, there is a wicked view of the surrounding mountains.
Getting off the ground was a little tricky but not all that difficult. Once I was able to grab the flake, it made access to the ledge much easier. I used some smaller micro cams for protection when climbing up off of the ledge. The climbing was steep but never desperate. I used the fixed pin on Name Unknown as my belay. I decided to rap back down using a tree rather than walking off. As I was coming back down past the flake near the bottom, I noticed something under the flake. Upon closer examination, I discovered there was a bat hiding in the crack. I'm just glad it didn't bite me when I used the flake as a hold.