A truly enjoyable route up slighty-less than vertical (mostly) rock with technical, tricky movement.
None of the movement is particularly strenuous on its own but the route is continuous enough that the pump creeps up on you and peaks right about where the trickiest, steepest movement is required.
Start up on some big holds along the arete to the first bolt, then head left to a shallow, right-facing corner and up.
Note that the anchors and last bolt aren't very visible near the top where the angle lessens (and the holds become sparser) and you may be tempted to traverse left to the anchors of the .12c to the left.
On the main, north-facing wall. Climbs just left of an arete. Shares the first bolt with the route that climbs the arete.
15 bolts, anchors.