Long, pumpy, and sustained. All I really remember about this route is resting with my forearms crossed on a ledge because I was too pumped for my fingers to hold on to anything. This route has TONS of extraneous features that you think will be decent to grab onto but fake you out and are no good. You'll spend a lot of time looking around for good holds. They are there, but you've got to sort through a million features to find the ones you need. Challenging route that I am tempted to get back on soon.
What a great route to build endurance and stamina on. Long and pumpy on huge holds leads to a great crux at the end that keeps you on your toes. This is the kind of route that you can train on to crush any project. It definitely taught me how to take advantage of good rests on big holds.