Too short and, as noted, bit dirty since it doesn't get climbed much, but definitely worth the effort if you're in the area and are a 5.6 - 5.8 leader. Lots of options at the bottom to make it easier (start up the big flake on the right) or more interesting (jam straight up the crack). Great gear, nothing bigger than a #1 Camalot. Crux is the slot 1/2 way up; lots of ways to get through it - all well protected.
I agree with the others but as an aside to the 'great for a new leader' comments, there is a lot of loose rock, some of it pretty big, on the 20' or so scramble to the tree that is the only real anchor possibility after exiting the dihedral.
By Ben Burnett From: Colorado Mar 4, 2012 rating: 5.7+5a15V+13MVS 4b
I'd've only given it 1 * if the crack hadn't've smelled so good. My fingers came out infused with the refreshing aroma of pine and juniper. I could make a bundle cleaning out the crack and making soap scented with the detritus - the crack is a little too shallow anyways. No, I'm not a crazy nut.
By Ben Cassedy From: Denver, CO Mar 26, 2012 rating: 5.75a15V+13MVS 4b
This thing actually climbs way better than it looks. Pretty consistent and well-protected 5.7 climbing the whole way, with some good jams. The only big downside was the abundance of shrubbery. I felt like I had a bush in my face the whole time. That's what she said.