Pitch 1: 5.9 C2 130 feet. Begin beneath a deep chimney. Climb a 5.8 crack to a bulge with 2 old studs. Climb into the deep chimney and climb the wide crack in the back to another ledge. Climb more wide cracks and traverse right onto the very large belay ledge. Watch for rope drag.
Pitch 2 5.7 C2+ 85 feet. Continue straight up from the belay through several bulges, past a fixed pin and a bolt. Climb the 5.7 squeeze chimney to the ledge and bolted belay anchor.
Pitch 3 5.8 C2 100 feet. Traverse left through "The Beach" into the corner and climb muddy, loose rock. Move right (do not go to drilled angle above), pass an old bolt and make some dicey free moves to the base of the offwidth and continue to the ledge and anchor to the right.
Pitch 4 5.9 C3 100 feet. Move left from the anchor and either free climb up a loose dihedral with no pro, or aid up an angling scarred crack on the left. Tri cams are useful here. Gain the bolt ladder and follow it to the saddle.
Pitch 5 5.9 C2/3 65 feet. Walk across the saddle and climb the manky bolt ladder with a very high first bolt (missing bolt). Belay at bolted anchors on a ledge.
Pitch 6 5.9 C2 90 feet. Traverse right and gain a crack system in a shallow corner. Belay at bolts in the notch.
Pitch 7 5.8 C3 130 feet. 5.8 stemming above the belay leads to a right-ward traverse. Climb a thin seam to a bolt ladder that gradually veers to the right. Belay at a spacious ledge with bolts.
Pitch 8. 5.9 60 feet. Climb the offwidth above the belay to a 5.8 squeeze chimney.
Pitch 9. 5.7 R 50 feet. Climb the chimney to the shoulder of the tower.
Pitches 8 and 9 can be combined, be sure to watch for rope drag.
Pitch 10. 5.8 C1+ 40 feet. Walk around to the south side of the summit block and climb a short, wide crack to a bolt beneath the final slab.
Descent (assuming you have two 60 meter ropes):
1. Single rope rap from the summit back to the shoulder atop P9.
2. Double rope rap to the top of P7.
3. Double rope rap to the top of P6. This rappel is traversing in nature and tricky to negotiate. Consider fixing a thin line between the anchors to help guide you.
4. Double rope rap to the top of pitch 5. Again, slightly traversing in nature.
5. Single rope rap to the saddle.
6. Double rope rap to the top of P2.
7. Single rope rap to the top of P1.
8. Double rope rap to the ground.
Alternatively, you could do a rappel straight down the route Road Kill using fixed anchors. Be sure to scope these out from the ground with the binocs before trying this, and for goodness sakes, bring extra cord to reinforce old webbing!