I've been wondering about this route but hadn't gotten around to it yet. Just did it today and though it was a bit wet it was sharp enough to keep me on. Overall i thought it was a nice addition but i did feel that it was a bit sketchy going to the chains. It looked like if you blew one of the last moves you could hit the ledge below (like on Bonehead to the left). Thats why I put PG13, post your opinions if you disagree.
Climb the mossy slab start as for beginners/ Bonehead Roof. Head straight up the face on sharp holds following stainless steel eyebolts. The crux happens low and is painful on the fingers but there are lots of foot options to make the holds work. At about the 4th bolt the climbing eases up and you will soon be on a large ledge. Head up and right through a notch clipping your last bolt and step awkwardly to the right to another nice ledge. I would have liked another bolt here. Make a couple moves to the quick clips and say hurray!
right of Bonehead Roof 5.10c. Look for stainless steel eyebolts.
7 bolts to quick clips. There is a spot for a blue Alien to help protect the exit moves if you wish.
[Hide Photo] Left hand is what I believe to be the crux side-pull/jug/undercling as you have to go through a few moves and change which angle you use the hold for. After this it's fun crimps and easy sequences…