7 pitches of awesome up a spectacular freestanding pinnacle on bomber rock!
1st 4 pitches are pleasant warmups (grade V / Aus grade 17 or less), then you hit the 2 crux pitches:
P5 is a 30m enduro pitch of 6b+ (Aus grade 22 or so).
P6 is a short (12m) technical pitch of 6c (Aus grade 23).
P7 (30m 6a / Aus grade 20) has a dicky step around an arete, then easy romping to the top of the pillar.
Very crowded, but great climbing. We did some variant pitches to the left of the original line, avoiding the chimney pitch (which had turned into a massive bottleneck). Skipped the summit block due to a long queue.
Absolutely awesome. We started at the very base of the ridge (we'd camped at Young Lakes the night before), and the first couple of pitches were the crux. After that we simulclimbed in about 3 blocks to the top and were greeted by a thunderstorm. :-(
Did the 5.7 crack variant start, to the right of the original chimney. Some nice climbing here & there, and wonderful positions and exposure, but overall the climbing is too discontinuous to be a classic.