moderate climb with one odd sequence for a slab section under the roof. Clearly tall climbers can do this with ease, while short climbers must crank up using an awkward undercling, high step into the same area and balancing stretch off a thin slope right hand then right gaston and high reach with the left. After that, it's over on jugs over and through the roof.
One-fall at crux until working out the beta. My rating is for under 5' 8" height. Obviously tall climbers feel it's a 5.10+ while shorter climbers feel it's an 11b/c. The extent of the reach is the key to how it feels and the balance and finesse required.
Oh, and what a poor bolting job at #1 and #2 placed away from the natural line on the wall. The first should be 2 feet right and the second 1 foot to the right of where they currently are. Silly placement.
Wow - I felt shorter than last year when I tried it. Cool delicate move getting thru the crux and clipping the fixed draw. Jugs from the roof to the top. Very height dependent like several of the classics at HCR.