Follow the bolts up the crack, making use of the side-pulls and under-clings and smearing your feet. Between about 15-20 feet up, the route juts left, following the crack on underclings. This can be skipped, but it's more fun to do this and then traverse back to top out in the middle of the face.
After crossing two bridges walking along the quarry, this route starts right past the fallen rocks. It's the most recognizable route in the area, as it is the only sport climb which really looks like it should be there.
5 anchors for lead, with chains on bolts for the top-out.