This was a good outfit with what seems to be their own area of rock, with all routes being set by members of the team over the last 6 or so years. The gear was good, the routes were fun and the team were helpful and entertaining. We climbed as a couple of experienced climbers and a couple who had only been climbing once or twice before and they were able to accommodate both of us happily, with guidance and gear (and belaying if desired) for lead climbing or setting ropes and belaying for top roping. We covered grades from 5a to 7a (french grading) but there were some as low as 3+ and a 7a+ somewhere. It's worth noting that there were probably only 15 climbs in total, but we had the whole crag to ourselves and didn't at all feel like we exhausted everything. They are setting more, and one of the routes we tried was "new", with only the anchor set. The rest have good bolts which were well spaced and none of the routes felt run out. We did "The Mix," with climbing and a very short walk through the caves afterwards, maybe 15 mins. The routes were in shade the whole morning, and there were some routes inside the caves. If you're coming here with your own gear, I believe you have to pay a small fee to use the crag. The climbs outside will be in the sun in the afternoon and - for us - a day or two would have been enough to feel like we'd done everything.
Shout out to Seyha for showing us how to get through the overhang and sending us all the photos he took!