Quick approach along the creek as the water runs down, first belay off at an angle to keep you out of the water. Nice friction moves on the first pitch with classic granite that you love when you climb in Little. Crack finger holds and "faith in your feet" moves. Excellent practice route for those new to placing gear, as my BF did his first trad lead on this route. Great raps down but plan on your rope getting wet. GORGEOUS scenery and the sound of the falls as you climb. This one's a nice no-strain climb for those days when you wanna get out but not have to kick your own ass.
Perfect for testing out new C3s. With these tiny cams and a couple smaller TCUs it never felt runout. Also used a #1 C4, could have used a #2. Second pitch very easy but worthwhile - many lizards and wasps. Double rope rap from top anchor is faster than the walkoff if you get a clean toss.
Lisa Falls Right is a great beginner trad lead, and since it si two pitches, a nice place to teach multi-pitch logistics. That said, the first pitch, as easy as it is, does have decking potential, so be really careful on the secure mantles.