Begin on a vertical patina face that follows a seam with 6 bolts. The crux is a series of long reaches between 4 and 6 to small crimpers and sidepulls with devious feet. It's really fun. You get a good shake after clipping the last bolt. Once rested, you climb the second half of the route, a finger and hand crack that is probably 5.11a or so. It is a little flared in spots, but has good jams when you need them.
Left side of the Gauntlet as you are facing the river.
6 bolts for the start, then around 4 finger and hand sized cams for the top. There is a proper anchor at the top of this one.