A superb route, supposedly put up by Mike Head onsight freesolo. After his ascent, two bolts were added. Since then, five more were added, for a total of seven bolts in 210 feet.
P1: Go thirty feet up an easy slab (5.6) till you get to the vertical. Go up about fifteen feet to the first bolt. Breath a sigh of relief. Continue up on easy terrain past two more bolts (100 foot pitch).
P2: Head up and right past two bolts. The huecos here are so big you can literally stand in a whole hueco. Here the wall overhangs a little bit and you can't see the next bolt, and the last one is about twenty feet down and to your left. Don't worry, after a couple moves you'll get a bolt, clip it, make crux move (5.9) through bulge and continue to the top without any more gear (a small nut may fit in somewhere). The anchor is a single bolt on a huge ledge. I recommend walking off.
Edit - all the guidebooks I have seen rate this as a 5.10
Found this route to be WONDERFUL! quite possibly my favorite climb of the grade anywhere, it is what the name says! It's probably just a 5.9+ but I suppose it could be 5.10a, especially if you get sketch-pumped on the lead.
later I returned and soloed another six laps on the route.