Took a friend of mine up this on his 1st multipitch. Fun climb... breaks some of the rules though, such as touching or climbing on trees. It does climb a tree, which is fun and yet a weird feeling to be doing wearing rock gear, look out for the red ants though, you will probably wake them as you tromp up their home. The rest of the way to lunch ledge is easy, fun, and straight forward. Used the 5.6finger crack to the top.
Fun as hell, great exposure, classic route. The latest version of the guidebook says there is a 5.1 variation for the last pitch but all I saw was 5.5 friction with one old bolt or a thin 5.6 crack that didn't look terribly protectable. I traversed right on a ramp to join that last bit of Jensen's Jaunt - probably a bit harder but very protectable and fun climbing. Forget what the route description on this website says about cams - if you use them when you lead 5.3 trad, bring them for this route. They also didn't have climbing shoes, harnesses, dynamic ropes, nuts, or aluminun carabiners in 1936, but I went ahead and brought those too. Watch for rope drag on the second pitch.