P1 is lots of fun with plenty of places for pro. It takes a full 60m rope to do this pitch. Lots of variation, a very fun route. P2 is a bit runout, but if you have some small nuts you can protect it somewhat before you reach the bolt. Failure before your first piece would suck. P3 has only 1 spot for pro, but levels off so much that it doesn't matter. The next time I would belay each climber over to the tree at the base of the route. I think it would help with rope length, and rope drag on this route. Both were a concern. Also, an ascent note wouldn't be complete without a comment about the exposure. It's awesome!!!!!
I only climbed the route to introduce a new climbing partner to the sport. The climb is fun at times but a little boring due to its ease. It was very windy, which made the climb a little more fun when climbing the slab sections. I lead all pitches. This is an excellent climb for beginners or for warming up for tougher routes.
Had held off from doing the top 2 pitches for a long time due to hearing how scary this was supposed to be. Firstly, I found 3 cams in the 2nd pitch plus the bolt meaning is was never more than 20-25' off gear. The 3rd pitch didn't feel 2 full grades easier. I'd say it's 5.4 if the 2nd is 5.5 and it was 115' solo. Excellent route - needed to experience the runouts