If you're a beginner practicing trad who likes to throw a lot of gear in the wall be aware that you'll need to climb unprotected through what feels like the crux. Don't worry though. There's a big ledge (where you're last placement for protection is) that will break you're fall. There are some very large loose rocks at the top and the route is a bit dirty.
My son and I took turns leading this climb after work on Monday. Climb the low angle ramp up to the verticle dihedral. The lower verticle dihedral is the crux of the climb. We protected it with Red C4, Purple LC and a Gold C4s. If you are a new leader and not experienced climbing dihedrals climb it on a TR first to figure out the moves. Lose rocks on top. A little dirty from mud running off the top after a very rainy June.