This climb is past Bloody Mary at the far northern end of the cliff. It follows a right leaning ramp/crack system and then traverses right for a couple hundred feet with a very heady third pitch. One could rap down from the second or third pitch without leaving gear.
Pitch 1: The first pitch starts at the top of a large block which can be approached from the north side with some third class. It follows the right leaning ramp/crack system to the overhanging roof that caps this section of the face.
Pitch 2-3: You traverse right to an alcove. Another traversing pitch takes you underneath an airy roof to a good ledge. These pitches can be combined but it's a lot of traversing.
Pitch 4 (5.8 PG): From the stacked blocks with the fixed anchor, move left onto blocks below a bulge (Pro). Pull through the bulge on secure holds then trend up and right through easy unprotected terrain to a crack that leads to the hanging off-width with a few chockstones in it. Up the off-width (#5 and #4 C4s helpful) which transitions into a kind of right-facing corner and make an unpleasant finish by punching through vegetation to a tree ledge. Be mindful that many of the trees on the ledge are dead.
Pitch 5 (5.7 G): Above are two opposing corners and a vegetated face between them. This pitch climbs better than it looks. climb the face into the left-corner (right-facing) and climb to the top.