This starts on a four-finger pocket with a nasty crystal tooth or on a sloper a few inches to its right. Pull on, then traverse right across big slopers to the right end of the big ledge. From the end of the ledge, climb out and slightly left on tiny edges to gain the top. It is steep, fun, and a little scary. (The incredible-looking sit start to this problem has not been done, despite visits by Fred Nicole, Paul Robinson, and other strong climbers.)
This route is on the southern end of the east face. Find the biggest holds on the east face, then move about 12 feet left to find the start.
Pad and spotter. This problem is not that tall, but a fall toward the end could be awkward.
BETA PHOTO: The start holds.