Climb the gully/chimney past 5 bolts. For the most part, this is an easy scramble. The bolts serve to keep the rope running smoothly and out of the garbage in the gully.
After the 5th bolt and right before a chockstone, begin climbing up the line of bolts on the steep face to your left. The climbing is sustained from here but well-protected. A mix of balancy and slightly awkward laybacking and smearing on steep rock will keep you on your toes. Halfway up there is a Thank God flake to grab onto and feel good about.
This is one of the leftmost routes on the southeast face of Wipeyur Buttress. Look for the major gully from which multiple steep bolted lines originate.
11 bolts plus top anchor.