Love the way this climb flows. It is a beautiful, clean route requiring a variety of techniques from 5.9 chimney to .10b fingers and protects well with gear up to a #1 cam. (You can place a #3 above the ramp on the left if you're nervous about the moves below the bolted start. A #.75 can also be placed in the crack below the bolt).
Chris S(?) has been cleaning this and the first 35 meters are now a fantastic mostly clean 10b pitch with a bolt anchor. Techniques ranging from fingers to chimney on stone that feels fresh and unclimbed.
Good route. Stopped after the second pitch due to time and partially due to the fact that the route did look like a garden and the grade was inconsistant. But nonetheless a good route. Fun to try the 10a more direct variation to the chains for the first pitch. PS-the first two pitches both have intresting cruxes: the first is the chimnay (hmm) and the second the offwidth squeeze (takes some technique). Have fun.