Begin with easy climbing up the slab until you reach a black tufa rib. About 10 feet higher, an obvious jug to the right provides a welcome rest before the steeper wall above. Fire through the fun bulge (crux) on long moves between pockets and pinches. The difficulty lessens in the last few feet. Given 7a+ in the French scale. The rock is a bit dirty in some spots, but still a very enjoyable climb.
At the right side of the crag, there is a vague cave of sorts where the rock is slightly overhanging near the top. There are three routes in this cave. Pilier Direct is the middle of these three lines and follows a wide patch of black rock.