This is a most excellent climb, for those who enjoy both a mixture of thin crack climbing, dynos, large sloping holds with no foot placements, and much more. This route has it all!
You start off by easily pulling yourself up a few sloping jugs, suddenly finding yourself on point. You must use your crack climbing abilities to move up a small section of the wall, subsequently dynoing to a large sloper. After that, some reverse fingerlocking is in hand, where you will travel to the first and only resting point: both hands on a large sloping shelf, feet on small, but efficient, holds.
The crux begins; you must edge your way across a sloping traverse with absolutely no footholds, stretching your left hand to a moderately crimping hold, and then to a reverse fingerlock with the other. Once it this position, one must dyno up to the final ledge. From here, the topout is relatively easy, simply layback to the top upon an extremely easy crack manoeuvre.
This climb does not yet have a rating, although it has been said to be in the vicinity of .9 to .10b, perhaps higher. Come on down, and check it out for yourself!