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The route starts on a steep face with a bolt about 7 feet up that you can clip from the ground. A long, tricky, technical crux section lies between the second and third bolts so be sure your belayer is paying attention as it is possible (though unlikely) that you could deck if you fall with enough slack. Just above the third bolt is a short low-angle section followed by 25 feet of overhanging rock that goes at about 10a. The climb is a fun one but be prepared to leave with sore fingertips.
Directly left of Danglefoot Dihedral and two routes left of Steve's Arete. Look for a bolt that you can reach from the ground (I'm 5'10" and could just barely reach it).
Bolts & rap rings.