5.2 - 5.11c; 30-140ft walls. long rows of rock up a hill. It's good climbing in most places, and the only climbing within a couple hours. Very rarely climbed, and so the trail is hard to find and the routes are dirty. Detailed info can be found at: people.whitman.edu/~pogue/climbing/dikesguide.html
Take HW 12 to Dayton and then turn south toward Bluewood. You'll see a ski sign. Follow that road 1.1 miles past middle point ridge and there will be parking on the Southeast side (left).
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Dikes: