Climbed this with Phil on Saturday and found some real head's up climbing! We broke off or trundled over 1,000 lbs of rock during our ascent. I had holds disintegrate in my hands over a dozen times on lead and it became a real challenge to avoid hitting my belayer at times! This is in addition to the tons of dirt and lichen that permeated the route. If this got more traffic, it could turn into a pretty good climb, but for now, I'm just glad its over! The first .10d pitch was very sustained, while the second had a hard start that could easily be called .11. Exit straight left just below the last bolt to finish the route. Be sure to bring enough webbing to back up all 5 stations as we found heavily faded and chewed through slings at all belays.