Fun when done as a single pitch. The first part is mostly on technical slab with a crux around the 4th draw. The grade is a good 5.10d for that passage. Nothing special after untill you get to the beginning of the second pitch which is a leftward traverse with a feel of exposure. Towards the end you will have to pass a small roof with a lot of air underneath you and at that point the crux is probably pulling the rope to clip. It is very well protected in the second pitch. To lower you will have to use an intermediate anchor (Azul ext or Bon Voyage 1st part). Be sure you tied a knot at the end of the rope.
On a small ledge at the beginning of that sector. The name is written on the rock.
Many, many bolts + anchors