First bolt is about 20 feet off the ground, but only about 10 feet of actual climbing (first 10 feet is scrambling up big ledges). Very difficult to see other bolts from the ground and as you're climbing. The route wanders slightly leftward. Mostly juggy edges and pockets, some airy moves above. Doesn't seem like it's been climbed much as it's a bit mossy and has some loose rock but friction is good. I didn't think there was a definite crux but the climbing is fairly sustained between the 3rd and 6th bolts, but feels more like 5.7 after the 6th.
Descent: much easier to clean while being lowered than rappelling. You'll see the anchors for Gas Boost on your way down.