So, this is the lion's head on the left hand side of the lion's head wall. The rock is some of the most solid and featured in Athens county. A tall V0 ascends under the lion's head and to the immediate right. I typically climb up to the lion's head, traverse a couple feet and then downclimb. The topout is high, committing, sloping, and not necessarily clean. Here is a view of the wall:
Detail of the right hand side. A fun and not too hard problem (V2?) starts matched on the low pockets and heads up to the two sets of spooky eyes. A harder eliminate starts on the low pockets, then avoids the pockets by grabbing a thin crimp, and follows a series of edges straight up to the jugs above. (V5/6?) The first crimp is fragile, so treat it with care. The far right side has a very hard and very thin problem (apparently a visiting climber completed that problem in recent years at V10). An undone project starts on the V5/6 and follows the row of small edges right to meet the topout of the V10.