| Safety Rating
Beer drinkers and...
Short summary: Scratchy fist jams and several awkward rests but not overly difficult.
Put in a piece standing on the boulder. A fall w/o it would be BAD.
I worked my way left a little later than some folks I've seen do on this and had a short connecting traverse about 10 feet below the first roof (starting at the orange bubbly looking rock). This avoided a thin crack and was fairly moderate. The first roof was awkward and I did take a sort of rest by a foot cam layback while I stuffed in some gear. Second roof is pretty easy if you are patient and find the feet. Awkward getting into and out of the large right+up trending crack visible from the ground.
Scratched up my hands pretty well from working the jams, rock is surprisingly sharp/velcroish considering the traffic this line gets. Will probably tape up next time. There were many vertical and horizontal cracks available for jamming. Used a lot of gear of all sizes, including a #5 (probably not necessary) at the second roof, although I concentrated mostly on cams .75 through 2. Pretty sustained but nothing terribly cruxy if you look carefully. Definitely some nice rests to be had, esp if you can jam well.
Seemed like a lot of work and I definitely felt like I was "engaged" by the climbing the whole route.