After noticing this really nice splitter walking up to the wall, I thought about leading it. When the guy from colorado offered a belay, I accepted. Climbing goes smoothly over a pair of bulges if not strenuous over 5.8/9 terrain. No rest spots and by the time i got to the steep part, I was spent. My first attempt, went fairly well, but I spent too much energy climbing static through overhanging pockets to finish the top out. I got to the top and franticly clutching for purchase, I peeled and took about a 12 footer onto a solid green alien. Went back up to try again, leap-frogged my alien to a higher spot. Pumped out again at the top out and put another whipper onto the greeny. After resting a little longer, I finally found the correct sequence and topped out. What a climb. Very impressed with the wall in general. Tall routes about 80 ft. Quality rock, solid basalt. Unique climbing, splitter cracks and overhanging jug hauls. It seemed to have everything.