Before I leave town, I would like to climb a ridgeline that I always see behind my house. I have been up to the base of the technical climbing, but it has been a while. I swapped leads on one of Andrew Fulton's lines up Lake Mead Buttress, and have climbed mutipitch and single pitch lines of limestone. I have considered soloing the line, except doing so on virgin linestone sounds a bit intimidating. The short technical section could potentially be serious, but from what I saw up close it should be protectable with large cams.
You should not object to wearing a helmet, hiking several hours over easy terrain, and be able to move quickly. An alpine start would be nice, and if it was raining I think that would make it a little more fun. The route is more of a mountaineering challenge, but I think a rope would be advisable.