| Safety Rating
One of my favorites in Josh! It's mostly wide and airy, with some tighter, more secure climbing at the top. There isn't a crux, just a whole lot of 5.8 and 5.9 stemming/chimneying, with a few good rests that you'll be grateful for.
The first 3 bolts have some distance between them. The first is about 20 feet up there, so don't slip. Getting to the second might put you back in "deck potential", but the last several feet of climbing is very easy and secure due to some large rails you can stand on. The 3rd bolt is in a weird spot and forces you to leave some good footholds and traverse out of your way to clip it. The top half of the climb feels better protected. Belay and then rappel from 2 bolts on the outside of the arrowhead.