It is described as two pitches but I linked them. I onsited the first pitch which felt about mid 10, then fell at the first bolt on the second pitch. I lowered back to the ledge and then sent so I am calling it a redpoint. In the process of sending though, I think I wet my pants. I didn't read the description very well and didn't realize the second bolt was on route because it was so far to the left. At first I tried to go straight up to the third bolt but got sketched and downclimbed a move. I then realized that I could get over to under the bolt to the left . Getting up to it was not easy though. Every time I clipped a bolt on this climb, a big sigh of relief was let out. This climb is not for everyone. I am sure someone out there likes it.
Note: Fixed belay atop first pitch is gone but the bolts on pitch 2 are replaced, it is best to link these in a full 105 foot mega pitch. The upper face offers three widely spaced bolts and no other gear, so plan accordingly. "Sport" draws are a liability, because the second bolt is 15 fee right of the first. I took one fall mantling in to the wide pod on the first pitch...knucklehead.