A very heady 5.6, with lots of exposure. I wish it were longer.
Getting off the ground is the easy part. Climb up the face of the first two "ledges" within a few feet of the arete, then directly up the very exposed arete on the last tier. Follow the blue/yellow-blazed access trail to descend.
Pro is scarce, with definite ledge-fall potential the entire way. There is a double-bolted anchor at the top.