Someone below recommended not worth doing past the first couple pitches...they must not have climbed the route. I led the whole route. The third pitch is good for the grade and the last pitch is the crux of the climb, a very fun roof pull on the best rock of the day. The second pitch is varnished, but a bit of a worrying lead on fractured jugs. Just have to be use to placing pro on such terrain. I went into the corner and double slung my pieces. The third pitch is a gem at 5.7. The last pitch is a gem at 5.9+. The first pitch is well protected at the crux. It is actually a decent route.
i would call the first pitch crux 5.10d, like in the handren book. You can also try an optional 5.10R start from the lower gully, campusing on fragile jugs through a roof. I followed p1 and led p2, which not only had heinous rope drag, but also was chock full of flexing, fragile, scary rock. not recommended.
if you start on the ledge directly below the bolts-definitely 5.10. for some added spice start down on the ground and GO-pg 13 if not R. not worth doing past the first pitch and definitely not past the second