Thanks to Brian C for the fine lead.
This puts up a fight for something so small! Approached from 13,100' on the Pikes Peak Road and crossed the marshes by Wilson Reservoir. We all climbed the West Face offwidth on the summit block cleanly. It does go at about 5.9 with the start being the hardest part. I'd recommend taking a BD C4 1-6 with double 1 and 2 (and you could likely leave out the 3). I placed a 6 and 5 in the crack and built an anchor with 2 #1s and a #2. Have fun out there.
All 4 of us jumared up the east face, enjoying a beautiful day in the sun, wildflowers, and general solitude.
I have only top-roped 2x in the last two years, and it showed on this 5.9 summit as I couldn't even aid climb it. 2 of us aid climbed the west face while 2 of us prussiked up the east face. The prussik climb was tougher than I thought.