Today we climbed this route with packs on, in hiking shoes. I see people do it all the time. I felt silly last week using a rope and the few bolts for protection. But, walking up it this week, I don't know that it's worth the risk. At very least wear your climbing shoes.
This route is a good way to get up to the top of the Headwall to set up topropes for some of the routes (Headwall Route, Rappel Gully, Sleazy Street, and Rain of Terror I believe) or a quick way to go to the Monk. This route is probably a 5.3 or so and has bolts but most climbers wont need them if they climb confidently on this type of rock at a higher level. It's probably not a good idea to bring a friend from Maine who has never climbed above a 5.7 except in a gym up this without protection though as I saw a couple of guys doing just after I soloed it.
Anchor bolts are hidden behind the big boulder at the top.
Easy climb to left of Rappel Gully. I use this to scramble up solo to toprope Rappel for new people, but you can scoot even farther left and get some true 4th class scrambling. A couple bolts, experienced climbers won't need them but I suppose they're useful for new lead climbers.
Careful about "dissing" the person that did this retro job! This person has probably done more for the AZ general climbing community than just about anyone I can think of - past or present. He's also a person thoughtful enough to know that the next newbie that falls and injures and/or kills themself on that route would likely lead to future access problems for the entire area. I would like to personally thank that person for their selfless work and expense on not only this route, but also for a number of new quality routes in an area not known for such.