We are practicing for something that is coming up and this is one of six single pitch climbs I lead today. In reality, you can just about walk up this route. I place a draw in one of the belay rings and a single cam at the Block move but no other protection. I do highly recommend this climb for beginners. It was hot and humid but still a fun day.
I have climbed this route several times. This was my first time leading it. I like this route, but the second pitch is run out a bit until your first piece. It is an easy section, but if you blow it, it would suck. That's why I give this route a PG13.
This is one of the easier routes at Stone and really needs very little protection. I did clip a draw to the belay rings at the small pine and placed two small cams under the block to protect the move to the slab above. I have climbed this route dozens of times and I still enjoy the Block move.
I'm not really sure I am listing my ascents correctly. I was always under the impression that an on-sight or flash could only be done the first time climbing a route and that all duplicate ascents would be redpoints.